We are excited to have in our arsenal one of the most complicated watches ever made. The Excalibur Sottozero takes the art of watchmaking to a different level. The skeleton flying tourbillon is part of the highest complication in the world of Haute Horlogerie. The calibre is composed from 266 components. The watch is limited to 88 pieces.
Thanks to the QRS ‑ Quick Release System, the watch is delivered with one additional free strap and one additional free crown. Both are placed in a dedicated pouch inserted in the box. With a 50 hour power reserve and a strap with a black rubber base and black rubber inlay with stainless steel nails, complemented by grey stitching.
Reference number: DBEX0753
Poinçon de Genève
The ultimate guarantee of the finest traditional watchmaking. Roger Dubuis makes it a priority, when producing this timepiece, to follow only the most demanding & strictest criteria for quality and craftsmanship.
- RD508SQ Skeleton Flying Tourbillon
- Hand-wound mechanical calibre
- Power reserve: 50 hours
- Case: 45mm
- Limited edition of 88 pieces
- Stamped with the Poinçon de Genève
Case size 45mm
Power reserve 50 hours
Water Resistance 5BAR (50 m)
Calibre Skeleton Flying Tourbillon
Clasp Titanium black DLC, adjustable folding buckle - Quick-release system
Dial Black lower and upper flange with rhodium-plated indexes filled with white luminous SLN, 18K black PVD gold hands with black transfer and white luminous SLN tips
Strap Assembled strap: black rubber base and black rubber inlay with stainless steel nails, grey stitching: Additional strap: black rubber base with red RubberTech inlay - Quick release system