Roger Dubuis unveiled the Excalibur Double Tourbillon White Ceramic edition that features the first white ceramic case from the luxury watchmaker. The timepiece features an EON GOLD™ design paired with the advanced mechanics of the signature double tourbillon.
Hyper-resistant to daily scratches and refusing to tarnish over time, Roger Dubuis’ ceramic timepieces combine hyper durability with hyper expressivity.
Inside the watch is the RD108 calibre that features two tourbillons linked by a centered differential that increases accuracy while maximizing the transmission of energy. With a titanium lower tourbillon cage, twice lighter than stainless steel, the weight of the piece is reduced to optimum effect. Non-magnetic material is also used inside the tourbillon to improve the wearer’s experience. Such technical choices allow the power reserve to be radically optimized to 72 hours, providing the option of leaving the watch unworn over weekends.
The Roger Dubuis star is repositioned to levitate freely above the barrel. This dynamic aesthetic is rewarded with the Poinçon de Genève, one of the most demanding signature in fine watchmaking and one that requires the manual decoration of each and every component of the watch.
The radiant white ceramic case of the Excalibur Double Tourbillon White Ceramic edition is paired with a precious EON GOLD TM bezel, crown, and case-back. This design is further improved by a coated pink gold signature star, hour markers, and indexes, themselves applied on a white Mineral Composite Fibre (MCF) flange.
The watch comes on a white calf-leather strap that features a patented Quick Release System for ultimate versatility.
SuperLumiNova is applied to the signature star and the tourbillon cages fpr them to shine in the dark. Coated in the same glowing matter, the hour markers and tips of the hands are made visible at night. With just 8 pieces available, this exceptional creation can only be owned by a lucky few.
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