ARMIN STROM releases the Mirrored Force Resonance which is an innovative resonating dual regulator fake watch with a highly original caliber design that is on full display dial side and all made in-house. Head of watchmaking & technical director Claude Greisler, along with the rest of the Armin Strom team, have really outdone themselves with this new and innovative take on the resonance concept. Claude Greisler’s idea behind the Mirrored Force Resonance was to create an innovative way of improving an old concept, one that is horology’s very reason for being: precision and accuracy.
In the general field of physics, the phenomenon of resonance says that two oscillating bodies in proximity influence each other and eventually synchronize (see Did You Know?
below). In horology, resonance is a sophisticated, demanding — and obscure technique. But it is not new — in fact resonance has enchanted many a watchmaker over the past several centuries, including some of horology’s finest such as Abraham-Louis Breguet. Which makes this new watch from Armin Strom — made entirely in-house and with its symmetrical twin display of seconds bound by a single spring — all the more intriguing. I think its safe to say that the Mirrored Force Resonance is now the most complicated timepiece that Armin Strom manufactures. And no surprise then that this innovation is also patent-pending.
Fake Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance
Unlike the majority of watch companies operating today, fake ARMIN STROM is a full-fledged manufacture with in-house manufacturing capability. Not surprising then that the replica resonant Caliber ARF15 (a classically constructed manually wound movement) was conceived, manufactured, assembled, and regulated in-house. In fact it was a necessity: