Oakley has harnessed the power of "timespace" and translated
the forces of motion into magnetic fields to exploit the endless stream of
energy. The look is sleek, powerful, attitudinal and all Oakley.
The technology is an elegant marriage of intuitive analog design with digital precision. The result is a chronometer than never needs batteries or winding - a perpetual time machine. The look is sleek, powerful, attitudinal and all Oakley.
Oakley has harnessed the power of "timespace" and translated the forces of motion into magnetic fields to exploit the endless stream of energy. The Inertial Generator drives electromagnetic induction with the torque of a precision flywheel mechanism, the O Engine. The mechanical coils and springs of conventional timepieces have been replaced with streams of electrons that saturate a Polyacen Lithium capacitor and resonates quartz at 32,768 cycles per second.
This revolutionary technology, designed and manufactured by Oakley in the USA, is available in three similar chronometer models - the Time Bomb, the Icon and the Icon Small. Time Bomb features fluid styling and a jacket of pure titanium. Time Bomb is available in three finishes (X-Metal Titanium, Ion-Plated Titanium and Hand-Polished Titanium), and four dial choices (Titanium, True Carbon-Fiber, Pristine White and Nitro-Fueled Cannon Yellow). Even the watch's band is noteworthy; featuring enhanced ergonomic flex for cordoning the wrist in total comfort.
Icon is a "tailored" version of Time Bomb and Icon Small is a feat of component miniaturization with performance that remains full scale and dials of titanium or mother-of-pearl.