With DeWitt Certificate of Authenticity dated 15 February 2008, loupe, watch tools, gloves, polishing cloth, product literature, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
Accompanied by a DeWitt Certificate of Authenticity dated February 15, 2011, a black DeWitt presentation box, an electronically powered stylus with USB socket for recharging, a mechanical winding key, metal display stand, gloves, outer packaging and shopping bag. Further accompanied by a loupe, polishing cloth, brush, and spray bottle of glass cleaner in a DeWitt box.
For its fifth anniversary, DeWitt presented the WX-1, a concept watch that not only tells time but also turns timekeeping into a contemporary objet d'art with its multi-dimensional construction. Although large in stature, the watch, composed of grade 5 titanium and eloxed aluminium, weighs just 191 grams, while the aluminium-lithium alloy movement is only 27 grams.
The mechanical hand-wound movement boasts a 21 days power reserve from five barrels. Resembling a racing engine, the barrels, gear train, tourbillon carriage, power reserve indicator and winding device all sit in a vertical position. A vertical flying tourbillon is on view through a cylindrical "chimney" located on the back of the case. Two rotating discs display the time, with the minutes turning clockwise, while the hours turn counter-clockwise through a gearing system mounted on six runners. A coaxial roller displays the power reserve.