Roger Dubuis Hommage Double Flying Tourbillon with Hand-made Guilloche Dial
In the weeks prior to the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH), which will be held in Geneva from 20-24 January, you will see very some new watches and during the watch reasonable, it will be considerably more. Like the Frankfurt Motor Show or the Geneva Motor Show are for vehicles, the SIHH is an ideal second for the watch business to show their most recent watches. One of Roger Dubuis’ most up to date watches is the Hommage Double Flying Tourbillon with a dazzling hand-guilloché dial.
Geneva-based watch brand Roger Dubuis, one of the sixteen brands who will uncover at the upcoming SIHH, can be considered as perhaps the most extreme brands in the watch business. Not just the plan of their watches is luxurious, likewise the richly completed developments can be called extreme. In any case, hello, this is the thing that makes that Roger Dubuis is as yet the lone watch brand that is 100% Poinçon de Genève certified.
Now before we go further, I need to make a confession…. Typically I don’t care for an opening in a dial. Whether the opening is to show a piece of the development or devoted to showing simply the tourbillon and its extension, I lean toward a shut dial. I know, this is something individual and I understand that most likely a considerable lot of you have an alternate assessment on this. Anyway I do have a couple of exemptions, perhaps a handfull. The Roger Dubuis tourbillon watches are such a special case. The explanation behind this, is that I discover Roger Dubuis’ tourbillons incredibly delightful, both in plan and in completion! There, I said it.
Maybe you can envision my energy when I saw Roger Dubuis’ most recent creation, highlighting two tourbillons. I realize that such a luxury won’t be for everyone’s taste! My typical moderate preference for watches, was completely cleared of its feet in the wake of wearing the Roger Dubuis Pulsion Skeleton Flying Tourbillon for a whole month (survey will follow soon!). A particularly day by day measurements of Haute Horlogerie overabundance on the wrist, is hypnotizing and intoxicating.
Roger Dubuis’ most recent creation highlights not “just” two flying tourbillons, the whole dial is a hand-guiloché piece of workmanship. Or then again really, there is no dial. The movement’s principle plate includes the hand-guilloché enhancement. Generally guilloché is typically not as “deep” as this watch highlights. Its great “depth” is the aftereffect of passing the motor turning device across each indent or score at any rate multiple times rather than the typical a couple! The size of each, and the pressing factor, should be deliberately adjusted to guarantee an agreeable appearance. The subsequent three-dimensional impact is really striking and the 5N rose gold Roman numerals are fitted straightforwardly onto the mainplate.
The completing on the movement’s rear, noticeable through a sapphire sheet for the situation back, was transformed from (the standard thing) vertical Côtes de Genève to a roundabout Côtes de Genève theme. The posterior of the development additionally includes a force hold pointer, which demonstrates the amount of the 50 hours of independence are left before you should wind it again.
As a definitive final detail to this remarkable watch, the particular mark of Mr Roger Dubuis on the rear of the watch, outwardly represents his seal of approval.
- Case: 5N pink gold, 45 mm in measurement, sapphire precious stone on the two sides, Mr Roger Dubuis signature engraved on the back, 30 meters water resistant
- Movement: type RD100 hand-wound development, double flying Tourbillon with differential, hours and minutes, 453 components, 21,600 vph, 50 hours of force save, rhodium-plated, hand-made guilloché, Poinçon de Genève (this quality seal says everything regarding the embellishments and finishing)
- Strap: earthy colored gator leather with pink gold movable collapsing buckle