Swiss watch Manufacture ROGER DUBUIS enriches its iconic Excalibur collection with a new Self-Winding Flying Tourbillon with micro-rotor in white gold. This new Excalibur model captures the spirit of avant-garde fine watchmaking with its powerful design and superlative mechanical movement,
This Self-Winding Flying Tourbillon comes in an imposing 45mm diameter white gold case . With its frank lines, robust crown-cover and signature indented bezel, the Excalibur Self-Winding Flying Tourbillon completes a line already rich in exceptional movements.
This Excalibur model incorporates the Calibre RD520, a self-winding flying tourbillon movement with visible micro-rotor. This spectacular movement, which offers a new degree of exposure to this type of complication, has been designed, developed and produced by Manufacture ROGER DUBUIS. Rhodium-plated with Côtes de Genève decoration and assembling 227 components, the Calibre RD520 is hallmarked with the prestigious Poinçon de Genève. It proposes hour and minute functions, and the tourbillon can be seen in an aperture at 7 o’clock.
Water-resistant to 5 BAR (50 metres), this Excalibur Self-Winding Flying Tourbillon with micro-rotor in white gold is presented on a black alligator strap with an adjustable folding buckle, also in white gold. This exceptional timepiece is proposed as a limited edition of 88.
Model: Excalibur Self-Winding Flying Tourbillon with micro-rotor
Mechanical self-winding movement by a micro-rotor , 15’’’, 30 jewels, fine adjustment in six positions, rhodium-plated, “Côtes de Genève” motif.
Poinçon de Genève.
Number of parts: 227
Thickness: 6.5 mm
Frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 vph)
Power reserve: 60 hours
Hours, minutes, tourbillon carriage at 7 o’clock
Water-resistant to 5 BAR (50 metres)