Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps
Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps is a company founded in 2007 by Denis Giguet and owned by Cage Holding since 2012. The watch companies in the group employ around 40 people in Switzerland between their workshops on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel and their Geneva offices.
MCT creates its timepieces in close collaboration with its sister companies, the watch research and watchmaking research and development company DIGITALE S.A. in Neuchâtel and the MCH S.A. mechanical movement assembly workshop in La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Building on their movements entirely developed and produced in-house, MCT creations combine daring design with an avant-garde technical approach, reflecting a contemporary vision of time display and measurement.
The Sequential Two-S210, a subtle balance between elegance and technicality that combines the brand's unique craftsmanship with its creative passion. The self-winding MCT-S2.0 movement was designed, developed and assembled internally at the brand's workshops in Neuchâtel. The hours are displayed in oversized numerals on four surfaces, each composed of five prisms. The C-shaped central disc displays the current time through its aperture, while concealing the others. The minute’s markers are displayed on the rim of the dial. It comes in a round 46.4 mm case, available in grade 5 titanium, DLC coated. These two references, each produced in 25 copies, enrich the Sequential Two range and demonstrate the ability of MCT to reinvent itself while retaining its uniqueness.