A watch-making gem worth 45 mil.

The Czech collector Jiří Hečko Jr. has become the first owner of the most complicated Audemars Piguet watch in the world.

This year, the Swiss luxury watch brand Audemars Piguet has prepared a limited edition of the most complicated watch in the world for selected customers – Audemars Piguet code 11.59 Ultra-Complication Universelle (RD#4). The first owner of the watch, whose price exceeds EUR 1.8 mil., is Jiří Hečko Jr. The internationally acclaimed collector and co-founder of the investment group Nosta-Hertz Investments officially received this unique piece at the Audemars Piguet manufacture in Le Locle, Switzerland.

“This is a great honour for me. It is something like to get to the Olympics and win a gold medal for an athlete,” says Jiří Hečko Jr., although he immediately adds that without the necessary dose of luck and the help of his family and business partners he would not have achieved such success.

The Audemars Piguet Code 11.59 Ultra-Complication Universelle (RD#4) is one of the most complicated watches ever made. The watchmakers managed to fit an incredible 23 watch complications into a machine that has 1,155 components and operates at 3 Hz with a power reserve of up to 64 hours when fully wound. This machine is housed in a 42-millimetre case with a sandwich construction, the central part of which houses the Audemars Piguet’s signature Octalink. It is thus a gem – not only a technological but also an aesthetic one.


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