Constructed from a staggering 319 components, the new watch is available in both pink and white gold, each paired with sapphire crystals, skeletonized dials and solid casebacks. The double flying tourbillon sitting at 6 o’clock has been meticulously re-designed, now boasting lightweight, anti-magnetic materials including a titanium lower cage and a mirror-polished cobalt chrome upper cage. As a statement to its technical prowess, the movement is also only 37mm thick and boasts a power reserve of 72 hours. Completing the timepiece is then an interchangeable 3D calf leather strap, carrying an innovate securing mechanism that ensures the buckle is always centered on your wrist.
To learn more about Roger Dubuis and the Excalibur Double Flying Tourbillon— both models limited to just eight pieces each — you can head over to the company’s website.
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