For a moment let us celebrate understatement - an uncluttered dial, ethereal indications and loupe-worthy minutiae - all are features of the new Beat Haldimann H11 Central Balance Three Hands watch.
As a follow-up piece to the 2013 H11 Central Balance Pure, this model adds an indication for the seconds - it does nothing to clutter the pristine characteristics of the dial which can, and should still be described as "pure", but its inclusion does however add a further degree of difficulty to this tricky and unique central balance arrangement.
Just like the first H11, this one presents itself with a strong sense of duplicity. The white rhodium-plated dial is all innocence, with diminutive numerals and seductive little hands - but turn it over and you are confronted with a movement whose industrial plainness will take you completely by surprise, with a unique centred arrangement showcased on a white rhodium-plated mainplate. There isn't so much as a hint of the complex nature of its creation or its assembly but then that is how the Haldimann family have done it for generations.
The Beat Haldimann H11 Central Balance Three Hands model has a 39mm platinum case and is powered by their in-house Calibre H-ZEN.K.H11 manual-wind movement.
More details at their official website here.