The new Swiss watch brand Emera is the result of the collaboration between visionary designer Patrick Freiburghaus and a talented watchmaker Cyrano Devanthey. The 60 seconds tourbillon, designed exclusively for the case of the Emera Cyborg Exoskeleton timepiece is the first chapter of future super movements from the brand. Machined with extreme precision and decorated by hand, the movement includes 177 individual components and provides a power reserve of 44 hours. It beats at a frequency of 4 Hz / 28’800 vibrations per hour.
The geometry of the movement is designed exclusively to fit the case of the Emera Cyborg Exoskeleton watch. The unconventional dial does not show the movement but features a number of novelties.
It is composed of 40 carbon scales with a thickness of just 0.30 mm. The “Reptile Gold” carbon composite design draws inspiration from patterns found on exotic snakes. The carbon fiber also has bronze particles and makes scales differ from one another. Thanks to this uniqueness, every watch is an individual piece.
All case and movement components are assembled in Emera’s workshop. The case is fitted with two sapphire crystals. The raw material for the sapphire crystal is made in Switzerland. The second sapphire crystal located at 6 o’clock allows the wearer to admire the tourbillon. The hypercar-inspired case-back features shapes that remind vent openings for the engine. The engine underneath, the in-house tourbillon movement, is protected from its environment by a titanium case.
Made from Grade 5 Titanium, the pin buckle is characterized by an aerodynamic shape. The bracelet is made by a leather-good workshop in Paris.
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