F.P. Journe developed the movement for this very particular watch for the Only Watch charity auction. A conventional split-seconds chronograph has a third pusher which stops one of the two running seconds hands in order to read off an intermediate time. Pressing it a second time releases the hand which catches up with the first - the famous split-seconds or rattrapante ("catch up") function. F.P. Journe has changed all that with this monopusher chrono: a single pusher starts, stops and resets all the hands, with a second pusher for the split-seconds function. A large date completes the time display. As an additional detail, the red gold case and bracelet links have rubber inserts. Also proposed in 950 platinum and grade 5 titanium.