The brand new Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Dual Flying Tourbillon has a 47mm-wide and 14.95mm-thick black DLC titanium case. The sides of the case feature over-molded orange rubber that gives the case an extremely racy look. The bezel is black DLC titanium also, therefore is your crown. Like the instance, the crown is also rimmed by orange juice to add contrast and give it a sporty look. To complete the racing appearance, the watch comes with a black and orange perforated leather strap that’s been lined with black rubber. Water resistance is 50m, so the watch isn’t afraid to get a little wet.Like all of the additional Excalibur Spider watches, the newest Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Dual Flying Tourbillon includes a heavily skeletonized dial. The skeletonization is expertly done, and from the front, an individual can make out a sizable star-shaped bridge that supports the mainspring barrel. To the left at about 9 o’clock, there is a power reserve indicator that has been done up in the style of a fuel gauge. Incidentally, the power reserve gauge is a new element that’s only present on the second generation Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Double Flying Tourbillon watches.At 5 and 7 o’clock, you’ve got the 2 stars of the watch – the twin flying tourbillons. These two tourbillons spin at a rate of a revolution per minute and twice as running seconds screens. Surrounding the two tourbillons are multi-colored minutes monitors which have been styled after the speedometers found in race cars.
For Watches&Wonders 2015, Cost Of Roger Dubuis Watches Replica dresses up its flagship Excalibur Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon with nearly 15 carats of baguette diamonds, even on the movement.
Continuing with the skeleton movement theme established at SIHH 2015, one of the highlights from Roger Dubuis at Watches&Wonders in September will be the Excalibur Star of Infinity. Set with 312 diamonds, including 34 on the star-shaped barrel bridge on the movement, the Excalibur Star of Infinity is equipped with the RD01SQ, a hand-wound skeleton movement with twin tourbillon regulators. Big and definitely bold, the white gold case is 45mm in diameter, with details typical of the Excalibur case, including the notched bezel and triple lugs – all set with diamonds naturally.
The RD01SQ movement is the same one found in the new, lightweight Excalibur Spider Double Tourbillon, decorated in the typical Roger Dubuis manner. All the bridges have been open-worked to leave just slim, straight lines, all grey rhodium-plated and finished with perlage, or circular graining. Despite the dark colour of the grey rhodium, the perlage catches the light nicely.
The Excalibur Star of Infinity retails for S$1.09 million, or about US$800,000.