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Outstanding Execution

Every Senturion piece is born from fusion of exceptional
craftsmanship of our master jewellers with advanced technology
from our world-leading engineering experts. From every custom
S-blade screw to setting of flawless stones or integration of some
of the most complex micro-circuitry components into our
statement pieces, our team carries out every step of the process
meticulously and to the to the highest standard.

Complex Components

The SW Senturion Watch and S177 Senturion Key both feature
some of the most complex and precise individual parts in the
world. After each hand-cast frame has been moulded, it’s
finished to the precision of one ten-thousandth of a micron by
five-axis computer numerical control (CNC). The carbon
composite core, visible on the sides of every Senturion piece, is
created using a fifteen-tonne press and for the S177 pieces it’s
further augmented with electron-welded wings. Every clasp is
made out of solid titanium and undergoes PVD-coating in an
ultra-high vacuum chamber using the technique applied to
Formula 1 pistons, to create high tolerance micro parts.

Alien Aesthetics

Senturion pieces from the special collectors’ series feature asteroid
cores with an extra-terrestrial pattern called the Widmanstätten
etch, which is only achievable by billions of years of cooling at zero
kelvin in space and cannot be replicated by man. The particular
meteorite piece used by Senturion has travelled the universe for an
estimated 4.9 billion years, which makes it older than the Earth
itself. Senturion proudly features the most complex meteorite core
structure produced in the world to date and our engineers involved
in the meteorite machining process involving underwater spark
erosion and chemical etching are world experts in working with
such a rare and spectacular material.

Synchronisation
Technology

The SW Senturion Watch and S177 Senturion Key both feature
some of the most complex and precise individual parts in the
world. After each hand-cast frame has been moulded, it’s
finished to the precision of one ten-thousandth of a micron by
five-axis computer numerical control (CNC). The carbon
composite core, visible on the sides of every Senturion piece, is
created using a fifteen-tonne press and for the S177 pieces it’s
further augmented with electron-welded wings. Every clasp is
made out of solid titanium and undergoes PVD-coating in an
ultra-high vacuum chamber using the technique applied to
Formula 1 pistons, to create high tolerance micro parts.

Finishing Touches

The parts are machined to the precision of one thousandth of a
millimetre and laser polished. After the machining process has
been completed and results examined, verified and impeccable
quality is confirmed, Senturion piece is sent to our technology
department to integrate the supercar synchronisation
functionality.

Made in Britain

Once supercar synchronisation technology is integrated, each
Senturion piece is hand assembled and polished by our master
jewellers. Finally, after a process that involves over 70 hours of
production and inspection by our entirely British-based assembly
line, a perfect Senturion piece is ready to be delivered to supercar
owners worldwide.


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