Introducing: The Peter Speake-Marin Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon
“The tourbillon is something that I love most about watchmaking. Not due to the accuracy it provides for the timekeeping, but since of the movement it provides for the dial. It shows time moving such that a moment repeater or a grande sonnerie, for instance, cannot offer. It’s something which, as far as I might be concerned, is very significant, outlining the death of time."
– – Peter Speake-Marin
The Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon highlights an excellent finish dial on the privilege of the watch, with the two tourbillons on the left. A 72-hour power hold marker lives over the dial, and a day/night pointer beneath. The restricted slip spring grip midpoints out any distinctions in rate between the two tourbillons, and connections them to their individual stuff trains . Each stuff train is fueled by its own barrel that is twisted all the while.
Peter Speake-Marin’s Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon is accessible in a restricted version of 5 pieces in white gold and 5 in red gold. For more data, visit Peter Speake-Marin’s site .
MOVEMENT: SM/CDH Caliber SM6, manual injury vertical twofold tourbillon development
Signs: Off set hours, minutes with power hold and day/night pointers
Force RESERVE: ~ 70 hours
CASE: Piccadilly case in 18K white gold ; front and back sapphire gems treated with antireflective covering
Distance across: 46 mm
WATER RESISTANCE: 3 bar (30 meters)
DIAL: White lacquer dial
HANDS: Speake-Marin signature “Establishment” style turns in warmth blued steel
Lash: Alligator; pin lock in 18K white gold