SIHH 2015: Roger Dubuis – Excalibur Spider Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon
Roger Dubuis’ one of a kind skeleton developments are quickly conspicuous for their star shape. However, Roger Dubuis is presently expanding the skeleton topic past the development to encompass a completely skeletonised case, rib and hands. This outcomes in another translation of the Manufacture’s trademark three-dimensional way to deal with watch-production.
The skeleton-work outside parts of the watch serve to highlight the design of the development. In addition, the first case development combined to the utilization of materials like titanium and aluminum, guarantees an amazingly light and lovely feel on the wrist.
Making ground-breaking diverges from the 47 mm titanium and dark DLC-titanium case, an assortment of red aluminum components on the internal bezel ring, crown and case band stress the lively DNA of the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon which is offered with an assortment of shading tie choices (dark, blue, red, and white). To augment comprehensibility around evening time and day, the tips of the hands and the applied screws on the spine are improved with Superluminova.
The champion RD01SQ development, fueling this 188-piece restricted version model, includes a double flying tourbillon with differential at 4:60 and 7:30. Each tourbillon performs one turn each moment. The counter rings encompassing the double tourbillon just as the little seconds additionally include a speedometer-type plan that emphasizes the motorsports style of the model.
Hand-wound, the development beats at 21,600 vibrations each hour and offers 50 hours of force save and shows superior grade “Poinçon de Genève” wrapping up. rogerdubuis.com
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