Roger Dubuis announces Excalibur Double Tourbillon

First published: 14-10-2010

The latest timepiece from the Excalibur range from Roger Dubuis may appeal to watch fans looking for a product the screams of uniqueness.

Called the Excalibur Double Tourbillon, the watch uses a method called a double flange, which allows for all the elements of the mechanics to be seen when wearing the timepiece, Watch Luxus reported.

It explained: "The ingenious effect of a double flange around the dial provides new depth and beautifully highlights these two redesigned features of the collection."

These features include 48 diamonds appearing within a skeleton movement on the dial, which fits into a 45-millimetre case of a white gold.

Roger Dubuis, a brand that was formed back in 1995 by a man of the same name and Carlos Dias, finishes the luxury timepiece with a hand-sewn alligator strap and a folding clasp made of the same gold used on the case.


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