Arnold & Son – UTTE Tourbillon New Models
Arnold & Son introduced two new forms of its UTTE Tourbillon, part of the Instrument Collection which is described by dials with helter-skelter hours and minutes to take into account the showcase of different complications without one covering the other. In accordance with this plan tasteful, the tourbillon of the UTTE occupies the lower part of the dial.
The two new models share a similar ventured 42 mm case and dial plan but with various completions: the red gold adaptation features a shiny white and shimmering opaline dial while the palladium one shows a light-dark and brilliant opaline dial.
Likewise the developments have various completions. The red gold watch houses a rhodium-treated type finished with Côtes de Genève rayonnantes with a precious hand-engraved scaffold. The development of palladium UTTE rendition has a more contemporary touch with NAC dim treatment and straight Côtes de Genève design beautification.
The UTTE has a development that is just 2.97 mm thick and a case thickness of just 8.34 mm, making the UTTE one of the most slender tourbillon watches available. With a breadth of 14 mm, the tourbillon confine takes practically 50% of the development space permitting one to fully respect the instrument.
It’s fascinating to take note of that the flying tourbillon confine isn’t inset into the type, as it happens frequently, but rather emerges from the development accomplishing a similar tallness as the hour and minute hands.
Two barrels conveys a force hold of at any rate 90 hours, which is a striking result for a ultra-slight tourbillon.
Retail costs in Switzerland including charges are 68,420 CHF for the red gold adaptation (ref. 1UTAR.S02A.C120A) and 59,400 CHF for the palladium one (ref. 1UTAG.S04A.C121G).