CLOCKWORKS ARE TICKING, A PALLWEBER JUMPS.
When an hour has passed, the Pallweber clock face performs an elegant and unique saltation.
In 1883, the Austrian inventor Josef Pallweber patented his idea of a “jumping hour”. As "heures sautantes" and "jump hour" the patent reached worldwide acclaim before it was abandoned by the industry because of its high complexity in production. Through modern technology, Josef Pallweber is able to produce jump hours at a precision level never seen before, allowing us to rediscover these elegant movements. The Jump Hour.