Introduced in 2006, the EPOS Ref. 3375 watch incorporates one of the most prestigious horological complications, the flying tourbillon.
EPOS flying tourbillon is a masterpiece of extraordinary complexity. Equipped with a mechanical pallet fork, the hand-engraved manual-winding movement has a power reserve of 110 hours.
Positioned at 6 o’clock, a round window offers the view of the magnificent flying tourbillon mechanism. In addition to the centrally placed second, minute and hour hands, an extra small hand is positioned at 12 o’clock for displaying the date. The extremely complex movement of the EPOS tourbillon watch is visible through the see-through caseback.
The flying tourbillon calibre of this watch was created by STT Compications SA (earlier known as Progress Watch AG), a Swiss movement manufacture specialized in tourbillon movements.
EPOS Ref. 3375 Tourbillon is available in two versions: The first model features a stainless steel 316L case. It is a limited edition of 20 pieces worldwide. Also available is a second limited edition of 10 pieces worldwide, featuring an 18 carat rose gold, with a movement set with genuine diamonds.
Model: EPOS One Minute Flying Tourbillon Ref. 3375
Collection: Oeuvre d’art
Stainless steel version: Cal. STT 13.21-71-001
Rose gold version: Cal. STT 13.21-71-002*
Power reserve 110 hours
Hand engraved flower-motives
Flying Tourbillon at the 6 position
Date-pointer at the 12 position
Stainless steel 316L or 18K pink gold
See through back
Water resistance: 5 atm
Numbered white dial with applied indexes
Crocodile strap with folding buckle in 18-carat rose gold/ 316L steel
*set with genuine diamonds