Swiss luxury watch brand Roger Dubuis introduces the fourth timepiece from its Urban Culture Tribe with the Excalibur Liu Wei Monotourbillon (MT).
Limited to just eight pieces, this Excalibur timepiece was created in collaboration with multi-talented visual artist Liu Wei. It comes with a manual-winding skeleton movement featuring a Flying Monotourbillon mechanism.
This hand-wound mechanical skeleton calibre comes with an increased power reserve up to 72 hours thanks to tourbillon carriages made in titanium and cobalt chrome, and improved durability thanks to new lube.
The star-shaped bridge has been redesigned by Liu Wei and is enhanced by sapphire crystal dials with luminescent micropainting on both sides. The geometric micropainting is extending to the rubber base strap.
Every single component of the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Liu Wei mono tourbillon watch is finished by hand. Moreover, it complies with Poinçon de Genève, one of the most respected certifications of Haute Horlogerie.
Model: Roger Dubuis Excalibur Liu Wei Monotourbillon Limited Edition
Manual-winding, skeleton, Flying Monotourbillon
Finishing: Shot-blasted and trued-up main plate and bridges
Frequency: 3 Hz / 21’600 Vibrations per Hour
Power reserve: 72 Hours
Diameter lines: 16
Thickness: 6.9 Millimeters
Number of pieces: 194
Number of rubies: 19
Diameter: 42 Millimeters
Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
Titanium open case back with sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 10 BAR (100m)
Sapphire crystal dials with UV micropainting, interleaved with redesigned star-shaped bridge
Triple surface hands in white gold 750/1000 with satin brushed finish on the tilted surfaces – shot-blasted finish on the flat grey surface, SLN tips
Premium calf leather strap
The strap is interchangeable thanks to Quick Release System
Buckle: Titanium cover with titanium blades, triple folding, interchangeable with Quick Release System – QRS