Thursday, July 13, 2017

The Excalibur Spider Double Flying Tourbillon

From Roger Dubuis -

Courtesy of Roger Dubuis

Here are the pertinents -

Skeletonized, Ø47 mm, titanium black DLC with titanium container over molded with orange rubber. 
Fluted titanium bezel with black markings. 
Titanium black DLC over molded with orange rubber crown. 
Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment and red 
metallization glass. Titanium black DLC and sapphire 
crystal case back.

Thickness: 14.95 mm

Dial: Black and orange skeleton dial and flange with 
rhodium plated indexes with white luminous SLN, 
18K Gold black PVD hands with red transfer and 
white luminous SLN tips.

Water resistance: 5 BAR (50 m)

Strap: Bi-material strap with black rubber base; black and
orange perforated calf leather inlay, orange stitching.

Clasp: Black DLC Titanium cover on titanium adjustable 
folding clasp.

Calibre: Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon RD105SQ  

Production: 28 pieces

Certification: Poinçon de Genève

RD105SQ Calibre: Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon

Features: Double Flying Tourbillon at 5 and 7 o’clock (one rotation per minute). 
Hand-wound mechanical caliber, finely adjusted in six positions.

Functions: Hours and minutes

Decorations: Skeleton movement, rhodium plated 
inner-Astral décor, NAC coated plate and bridges, circular-grained plate and bridges, tourbillon carriages in the shape of a Celtic Cross.“Poinçon de Genève” finishing.

Number of parts: 366 components  

Jewels: 50

Diameter: 16 3⁄4 ``

Thickness: 7.67 mm 

Frequency: 2 x 3 Hz (21’600 vph)  

Power-reserve: 52 hours

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