The brand new Roger Dubuis Diver Watch Replica Excalibur Spider Double Flying Tourbillon includes a 47mm-wide and 14.95mm-thick black DLC titanium case. The sides of this case contain over-molded orange rubber that gives the event a very racy appearance. The bezel is black DLC titanium also, and so is your crown. Such as the instance, the crown is also rimmed by orange juice to add contrast and also give it a more sporty look. To finish the racing look, the watch includes a orange and black perforated leather strap that’s been lined with black rubber. Water resistance is 50m, so the watch is not afraid to get a small wet.Like all the other Excalibur Spider watches, the new Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Double Flying Tourbillon includes a greatly skeletonized dial. The skeletonization is expertly done, and by the front, an individual can make out a large star-shaped bridge which supports the mainspring barrel. To the left at around 9 o’clock, there’s a power reserve indicator that has been performed in the style of a fuel gauge. Incidentally, the power reserve indicator is a new element that’s only present on the second creation Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Dual 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 twist at a rate of a revolution per minute and double up as running seconds screens.
Roger Dubuis’s quintessential skeleton flying tourbillon is now paired with an open-worked titanium case, bringing to the minimalist yet theatrical aesthetic of the movement out into the watch case.
With its star-shaped bridge and linear architecture, the Roger Dubuis skeleton tourbillon is instantly recognisable. Though it has evolved over the last few years, the Excalibur tourbillon has remained largely the same, until now. The Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon is very large but also light: the oversized, 45 mm case has been skeletonised, with much of the material removed. The bigger brother of the Excalibur Automatic Skeleton also to be launched at SIHH 2015 next month, the Excalibur Spider keeps the key design elements of the Excalibur, namely the notched bezel and triple lugs, but much of its mass has been hollowed out. The lugs and case flanks for instance are all open-worked, as is the chapter ring around the movement.
The RD505SQ movement is the same calibre that powers the other Roger Dubuis skeleton tourbillons. Hand-wound with a 60 hour power reserve, the movement has the Geneva Seal.
The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon is priced at 213,000 Singapore dollars, equivalent to US$170,000.