Roger Dubuis is constantly breaking codes and conventions to create the excessively technical and supremely extravagant timepieces. The Swiss watchmaker uses avant-garde materials inspired by other cutting-edge industries, such as Additive Manufacturing and Composite Material technologies, to create the most expressive pieces of Haute Horology. Playing with the highest standards of the last, Roger Dubuis presents a new interpretation of its signature movement, the double flying tourbillon. The Excalibur Twofold represents three world premieres: it utilizes white composite material never used in Haute Horlogerie before, its caliber features luminescent angles thanks to specific superluminova applied and it comes on the luminescent rubber strap.
With a 45mm case, the glacial touch of Excalibur Twofold is enhanced by the bezel and the case created in Mineral Composite Fiber (MCF), an ultra-white composite material made of 99.95% silica and, specifically developed by Roger Dubuis. The Sheet Molding Compound (SMC) process mastered by Roger Dubuis engineers enables the Manufacture to play with this unique Mineral Composite Fiber.
Roger Dubuis team has developed a patented process to light up every angle of the upper plate of the movement composed of MCF. Luminescent at night and lasting 60% longer than standard luminescent material commonly used.
The watch’s Twofold strap is made from a specific FKM rubber and is also luminescent, based on a world-first technology named “LumiSuperBiwiNova™” that makes part of the strap luminescent glow in the dark like a nocturnal signature.
Bearing the Poinçon de Genève, the Excalibur Twofold is limited to only eight pieces.
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