Introducing: The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Pirelli With Double Flying Tourbillon Limited Edition
If you know about Roger Dubuis by any means, you are unquestionably effectively acquainted with the Excalibur assortment . It is viewed as the bread-and-butter assortment for Roger Dubuis, and the production keep on utilizing new intriguing (or, in their words, “troublesome”) materials to make new models. The Excalibur Spider Pirelli is one of these watches. Most importantly however, a smidgen about Pirelli. Established in 1872 in Milan, Pirelli is a very good quality tire producer that is the select provider of tires for Formula One.
You are presumably thinking about what these two companies share for all intents and purpose. Not a ton, in case we’re being straightforward, with the exception of the way that Roger Dubuis has consistently been into irregular materials, and for this specific restricted version watch, RD made lashes with decorates made of elastic from Pirelli tires utilized in real races.
The watch itself has a twofold flying tourbillon with the carriages set next to each other inside a profoundly skeletonized development (the caliber RD105SQ to be definite), which is made of 365 sections. The tourbillons both go about as sub-seconds regsiters and are encircled by seconds tracks that are roused by speedometers. Fittingly, the force save is roused by hustling vehicle fuel gauges.
The case estimates 47mm and is made of dark DLC-covered titanium with blue elastic accents (blue is the authority Pirelli tone). The retail cost of this watch is 280,000 CHF (roughly $277,750 at the hour of publication).
This will be a restricted release of eight pieces, and, as a little something extra, proprietors will get a solicitation to a two-day VIP motorsports occasion as visitors of Pirelli.
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