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Tourbillon-Skeleton with glass dial

A tourbillon is an addition to the mechanics of a watch escapement. Developed around 1795 by the French-Swiss watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet from an earlier idea of the English chronometer maker John Arnold, the tourbillon aims to counteract the effects of gravity by mounting the escapement and balance wheel in a rotating cage, to negate the effect of gravity when the timepiece is stuck in a certain position.

For you can better enjoy the beauty of the movement in the tourbillon cage and see the refined bridges, the dial was designed of through-see glass. For the same reason, the watch case is equipped with a see through glass back. The classical stainless steel case with sapphire glass has water resistance of 5 atm.

Limited edition to just 100 pieces for the two different versions – with blue-dyed and gold plated numbers on the dial.

Technical data:
Movement: Calibre 3361. hand winding tourbillon; Hours. minutes, day & night at “3”, second time at “9”; Power reserve minimum 40 hours; Strap Calf leather; Buckle Normal buckle; Limitation 100 pcs. of each dial
Case: Stainless steel case with sapphire front glass, glass back; Water resistance: 5 atm; Size Diameter: 43 mm; Height: 13,55 mm