First introduced three years ago, the Quatuor is one of Roger Dubuis’ most complicated wristwatches, equipped with four inclined balance wheels. At SIHH 2017 the watch will get a facelift, with new blue and red livery, and more notably a watch case in cobalt-chromium alloy that’s the result of complex processing.
Made for the Only Watch 2013 charity auction, this Piaget watch shattered another record for thinness, a skill for which this brand is well-known. The watch contains in-house Caliber 1200S, the world’s thinnest automatic openworked movement (2.40 mm thick). In this unique piece, Piaget has treated both the movement and the 18k white-gold case with a black PVD finish. The watch, with a case measuring only 5.34 mm thick, is the most slender in the world equipped with an automatic skeletonized movement.
Roger Dubuis kicked off its “Year of the Diva” at SIHH 2016, with new product releases almost solely restricted to its Velvet collection of haute horlogerie ladies’ watches. However, the brand’s many male fans still found a few new timepiece made with them in mind, notably the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Carbon.
For the 2016 SIHH, Haojue will launch automatically Roger Dubuis Excalibur 42 new carbon skeleton casing edition watch (hands-on here), originally introduced in 2015 SIHH after year, we see a new carbon sleeve version, adds an interesting taste, we have not seen the Roger Dubuis brand. I want to remind everyone that the 42 skeleton automatic Roger Dubuis Excalibur is the first non-stencil Excalibur Tourbillon watch brand released. If you want this signature look hollow, you need to fully tourbillon, but no longer.
At the outset of the entire year, around the occasion of SIHH 2015 (Salon Worldwide p la Haute Horlogerie), Roger Dubuis revealed a fantastic high-finish ladies’ watch. The brand new Excalibur Broceliande is part of a famous Excalibur selection of watches.
Based on manufacturer, the Excalibur Brocéliande required inspiration through the mysterious forest of Arthurian stories. Brocéliande may be the title of the mystical and legendary forest in France that is tied using the magical fountain in the tales of King Arthur, and also the tomb from the legendary wizard Merlin.