Roger Dubuis’ new Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon

Unveiled earlier this year at SIHH 2015, the brand new Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon is one of the most innovative timepieces launched this year, featuring a stunning diamond-set rubber bezel that will charm you almost instantly.

Designed by Geneva-based gem-setting specialist Pascal Vincent Vaucher through a patented technique codenamed “Soft Stones in the Sky”, this exquisite rubber bezel took almost two years to develop, with the diamonds enhancing the iconic cut of Roger Dubuis’ bezel.

The new timepiece has Roger Dubuis written all over it, with a highly skeletonized dial featuring the in-house RD505SQ movement and a modern flying tourbillon at 7’30 a clock. The black rubber of the bezel contrasts beautifully with the embedded diamonds, giving this watch a masculine edge that everyone will love.

Roger Dubuis will produce only 88 pieces of this beautiful Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon, each of them being priced at a staggering $200,000 or about £132,000.

[HauteTime]

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