If you've read this blog for some time, you know that I will never miss out on covering a new Arnold & Son. The Nebula is, in short, gorgeous. The movement bridges (there are ten of them, in fact, compared to four in a normal watch) make up the dial, if you could even call it that. The openworked movement is highly visible and the intricate inner workings are put on display for the wearer. The name of the watch comes from the seven bridges radiating outward from the inner dial, which I suppose is supposed to suggest an exploding star. The watch is powered by two mainspring barrels (located at 10:30 and 1:30) that provide a 90-day power reserve. Despite the name and beautiful design, the watch is surprisingly affordable (relative to other watches, it's still rather expensive) coming in at $14,500 USD for the stainless steel version or $25,750 USD for the red gold version.