Series limited to 200 pieces numbered from 01/200 to 200/200
On the 40mm wide three hand model there is a more basic Miyota 2105 quartz movement with a day and date indicator. The baton hour markers are complimented with some Arabic numeral as well - all integrated nicely. There is also a less busy design on the rotating bezel (chronographs always have dials with more markers on them - just the way it often is). It is a cute watch. Very reasonable and prudent looking. It can be played up by choosing it in quirky colors, or you can retain it as very useful little watch that feels like it takes being a timepiece more seriously than it does being a fashion item - a quality I can appreciate it as a watch lover.
Automatic bridge Circular Cotes de Geneve
Speedmaster CK2998-3 FAP (Fuerza Aerea del Peru) | Fratellowatches
TiVan15 version (Calibre 781): Q203T470 - ,700
Red gold version (Calibre 780): Q2032470 - ,400
The watches themselves are probably in the standard 44mm wide Hublot Big Bang case in titanium and ceramic, with resin inserts. Done in all matte black with alligator strap. Inside the watch is the Hublot HUB4100 automatic movement (made for, but not by Hublot). Don't forget to bid (see one of the links above for the auction pages), before the auction is over on February 24th! Visit the auction page here.
The collection will initially have a few pieces with a couple of different movements. In addition to the wild looking tourbillon, there is the Volnatomic Radioactive (Yellow and Black models pictured at the top), Volnatomic Crime Scene, Volnatomic Atomic Central (central seconds indicator in shape of atomic symbol), and possibly others when the final models are released. Each watch has a Swiss automatic movement - not sure which though, but I know that the Volnatomic has a Dubois Depraz movement with a big date and small seconds indicator. Also, the Volnatomic Tourbillon movement is made by Concepto.
Read more in my notice on Nicolas Hayek's passing here on Luxist.com.