Excalibur42TourbillonSquelette skeleton tourbillon watch is the perfect embodiment of luxurious style and superb clock technology. Excalibur42TourbillonSquelette skeleton tourbillon watch combines the two features of skeleton and flying tourbillon which are unique to Roger Dubuis. skill. This Geneva watch factory is the only professional watch factory capable of this integration.
Therefore, Roger Dubuis uses the Excalibur42 series case to create a skeleton tourbillon watch with extraordinary appearance and excellent craftsmanship. This watch has the classic elements of the Excalibur series: sharp corners, a combination of masculine aesthetic design and impeccable mechanics. The elaborate 42 mm diameter case showcases the style and exquisite clockwork technology, combined with perfect ergonomic design, in the same vein as the Excalibur45DoubleTourbillonSquelette hollow double tourbillon watch.
The splint and bridge are streamlined to the extreme, so as to truly retain the essence. Roger Dubuis is equipped with the RD505SQ movement to create an ethereal inner layout with extraordinary technology. Equipped with 165 parts, this movement perfectly combines excellent technical performance and attractive appearance, showing incredible beauty in rose gold or white gold case, thus highlighting Roger Dubuis’s deep modernity and three-dimensionality. The sense of the way reinterprets the masterly spirit of hollowed-out art. This stylishly designed movement, with its outstanding mechanical construction and its exquisite decoration, is a unique miracle in the haute horlogerie industry.
The Excalibur42TourbillonSquelette skeleton tourbillon watch is engraved with the prestigious Geneva seal in rose gold and white gold.
Summary: The watch is equipped with the RD505SQ movement, with a completely hollow dial design, and the bone-like pattern of the dial plywood is clearly visible. It displays incredible beauty in a white gold case (rose gold case), and the tourbillon setting at 7 o’clock is even more prominent. The metallic feel of the watch.
Geneva International Haute Horlogerie 2013: