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Indianapolis Speed Twin
Indianapolis Speed Twin
Materials: Carbon fiber cover, decorative panel, rhodium plated gears, aluminum hands, mirror-polished parts, flame-hardened crystal clear plates, 30-day spring driven barrel
Measures: 33.4" x 33.4" x 7" (85 x 85 x 18 cm)
Customizable editions. Created in Italy
$48,000.00
5 month production + transit time. Contact us for assistance creating your unique work.
  • About This Work
    M.O.M.
    Indianapolis Speed Twin installation
    M.O.M.
    Polished carbon fiber cover with brushed aluminum inlays;  mirror-polished stainless steel laser etched day indicator
    M.O.M.
    Carbon fiber, blue maple, Alcantara fabric decorative panel possibilities
    M.O.M.
    DLC, white, red, blue anodized aluminum hands
    M.O.M.
    2/3 second Invar pendulum; Graham deadbeat escapement

    Indianapolis Speed Twin is a stunning contemporary dialogue with classical style. Inspired by canonical sportscars and manufactured with the latest innovations in clockmaking, Indianapolis Speed Twin is Alessandro Rigotto's vision of what a racing pendulum clock should look like. It is a timekeeper in a clean, minimalistic and rushing style, where every detail, material and design solution has been carefully selected to convey a sense of drive, adrenaline and dynamic energy. This timepiece fascinates with both its powerful mechanical DNA and the diversity of materials. Each work is meticulously crafted and assembled in Meccaniche Orologi Milano's workshop in Milan, Italy.

    THE MOVEMENT
    A 30-day spring driven barrel drives a 2/3 second Invar pendulum, Graham deadbeat escapement and elegantly minimal set of rhodium plated gears. The dlc or anodized aluminum hands occupy the space in front of the glass plate, while the movement exists closely behind. A mirror-polished stainless steel laser etched indicator displays the day. Arbors, columns & brushes are also mirror polished. View technical specs for complete details.

    THE BODY
    It is important to remember that many of the body materials can be customized. The 130lb structure is housed in a wood frame that is covered with carbon fiber and brushed aluminum inlays. The face of the clock is a customizable decorative panel. A flame-hardened extraclear crystal separates the clock hands from the movement assembly and day indicator.

    CUSTOM EDITIONS
    Alessandro wants each patron to have the option to own a unique edition. Although the mechanics of the movement can not be customized, most of the design elements can (as shown, and beyond). Please contact Kirk for material samples and more information.

    CREATOR
    Established and based in Milan, Meccaniche Orologie Milano (M.O.M.) is a small family run studio. M.O.M.'s exquisite works finely balance contemporary & classical design, horological innovation & tradition, and Italian artistry. The works are custom built for you today with the skill & ingenuity to last generations. M.O.M. was founded in 2016, by Alessandro Rigotto. A native of Milan, Alessandro is a member of the prestigious Horological Academy of Independent Creators (AHCI).

  • Technical Specs
    • Indianapolis Speed Twin
    • Designed and produced in Milan, Italy
    • EDITION SIZE
    • Editions are customizable and unique.
    • FUNCTIONS
    • Day indicator
    • Hour and minute hands
    • MEASUREMENTS
    • Dimensions: 32.3h x 61.8w x 2.3d in (85 x 85 x 18 cm)
    • Weight: 132lbs (60kg)
    • MOVEMENT
    • 5400 beats per hour
    • Rhodium plated gears
    • Anodized or DLC aluminum hands
    • One-side pushing extremely asymmetric crutch
    • Graham deadbeat escapement
    • 2⁄3 second Invar pendulum, steady to temperature changes
    • Mirror-polished stainless bushes welded to the crystal plate
    • Mirror-polished stainless steel lasered day indicator
    • 30-day spring driven barrel
    • STRUCTURE
    • High gloss lacquered carbon fiber wooden case with brushed aluminum inlays
    • Polished carbon fiber, high gloss blue maple and Alcantara fabric decorative panel options
    • Flame-hardened extraclear crystal plates
    • Mirror-polished stainless steel arbors & columns
  • Quick Help & Manual

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  • Pre-Sale Questions
    Email or call the gallery with any question 1-704-981-0636
M.O.M.
Indianapolis Speed Twin installation
M.O.M.
Polished carbon fiber cover with brushed aluminum inlays;  mirror-polished stainless steel laser etched day indicator
M.O.M.
Carbon fiber, blue maple, Alcantara fabric decorative panel possibilities
M.O.M.
DLC, white, red, blue anodized aluminum hands
M.O.M.
2/3 second Invar pendulum; Graham deadbeat escapement

Indianapolis Speed Twin is a stunning contemporary dialogue with classical style. Inspired by canonical sportscars and manufactured with the latest innovations in clockmaking, Indianapolis Speed Twin is Alessandro Rigotto's vision of what a racing pendulum clock should look like. It is a timekeeper in a clean, minimalistic and rushing style, where every detail, material and design solution has been carefully selected to convey a sense of drive, adrenaline and dynamic energy. This timepiece fascinates with both its powerful mechanical DNA and the diversity of materials. Each work is meticulously crafted and assembled in Meccaniche Orologi Milano's workshop in Milan, Italy.

THE MOVEMENT
A 30-day spring driven barrel drives a 2/3 second Invar pendulum, Graham deadbeat escapement and elegantly minimal set of rhodium plated gears. The dlc or anodized aluminum hands occupy the space in front of the glass plate, while the movement exists closely behind. A mirror-polished stainless steel laser etched indicator displays the day. Arbors, columns & brushes are also mirror polished. View technical specs for complete details.

THE BODY
It is important to remember that many of the body materials can be customized. The 130lb structure is housed in a wood frame that is covered with carbon fiber and brushed aluminum inlays. The face of the clock is a customizable decorative panel. A flame-hardened extraclear crystal separates the clock hands from the movement assembly and day indicator.

CUSTOM EDITIONS
Alessandro wants each patron to have the option to own a unique edition. Although the mechanics of the movement can not be customized, most of the design elements can (as shown, and beyond). Please contact Kirk for material samples and more information.

CREATOR
Established and based in Milan, Meccaniche Orologie Milano (M.O.M.) is a small family run studio. M.O.M.'s exquisite works finely balance contemporary & classical design, horological innovation & tradition, and Italian artistry. The works are custom built for you today with the skill & ingenuity to last generations. M.O.M. was founded in 2016, by Alessandro Rigotto. A native of Milan, Alessandro is a member of the prestigious Horological Academy of Independent Creators (AHCI).