Introducing: The Peter Speake-Marin Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon
“The tourbillon is something that I love most about watchmaking. Not on account of the accuracy it provides for the timekeeping, but since of the activity 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, showing the death of time."
– – Peter Speake-Marin
The Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon highlights a delightful veneer dial on the privilege of the watch, with the two tourbillons on the left. A 72-hour power save pointer lives over the dial, and a day/night marker underneath. 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 controlled by its own barrel that is twisted at the same time.
Peter Speake-Marin’s Magister Vertical Double Tourbillon is accessible in a restricted release 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
Measurement: 46 mm
WATER RESISTANCE: 3 bar (30 meters)
DIAL: White finish dial
HANDS: Speake-Marin signature “Establishment” style submits heat blued steel
Lash: Alligator; pin lock in 18K white gold