Isn't it great?
Salvador Arbona is corum replica watches's technical Director and oversees the development of the in-house movements program. "Well, it is," he says. "But a chronograph, which is an extremely parasitic device, is all that matters." It uses a lot of power, and it also intensifies the variable torque in mainspring when the power reserve begins to decrease. If you leave your chronograph running indefinitely, it will cause the balance wheel's amplitude to drop and, thus, the watch's underlying timekeeping function to be compromised.fake watches Although there have been some solutions, such as the vertical clutch, these are only for industrial purposes and larger scales.
It is a common practice to remove and replace the clutch section during servicing of vertical-clutch movement. Arbona says, "So we decided to use an oscillating pinion. It has three main benefits. It is simpler and more direct. Energy is fed directly from the seconds wheel to a geared pin. It is also simpler and takes up less space so it can be used to make smaller movements. It does not alter the timekeeping function. But, I do say this with a caveat. Our movement is the first to have two oscillating pivots.
Salvador Arbona, Technical Director - Movement, at corum replica watches
The oscillating pin is the component at issue; calibre CRMC1 was the first chronograph to incorporate two oscillating pegs
This is how calibre CRMC1 operates. When in rest, the seconds wheel drives an oscillating gear pinion that is slightly bent. It shifts when activated to engage the chronograph wheels.Corum replica Arbona says, "Yes." But another area where chronographs lose power, is the system where seconds wheel drives minute counter. Arbona designed a reduction gear that comes directly from barrel and powers a pinion.