Roger Dubuis Excalibur Diabolus in Machina

Roger Dubuis Excalibur Diabolus in Machina

The latest watch from Roger Dubuis is the Excalibur Diabolus In Machina, an intricate timepiece that features a flying tourbillon, a minute repeater as well as a unique plethora of mechanical and design cues. 

The name of the watch comes from the famous "Diabolus in Musica" tritone, a musical harmony that was banned in medieval times due to its sinister sound. But the name is not the only inspiration taken from the forbidden sound, the sound of the minute repeater has also been tuned to sound like it.  Behind the majestic skeleton dial lies the RD107 caliber that has been a hallmark of Roger Dubuis; with a crown function indicator as well as a chime indicator. 

Its case is made out of CarTech Micro-Melt BioDur CCCMTM which is a non-magnetic cobalt-chromium-molybdenum wrought alloy that packs a hefty weight to it. The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Diabolus In Machina is a single piece that we expect to be sold soon to an avid collector.


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