Originally released in 2012 the Bird Repeater is a marvel of engineering. The company combines two of the most complicated mechanical systems in the world, a mechanical watch movement and an automata. Of course, the automata function takes the place of most importance, with it being the selling point of the watch. Now, the saga of this magnificent watch continues, with a new, openworked (or skeletonized) version. Featuring a 47mm(height) x 18.4mm (height) white gold case and black alligator strap, the watch has a suit-worthy set of materials, but maybe not size. Inside is the Jaquet Droz RMA88 featuring 69 jewels and a power reserve of 48 hours. In addition to the automata, the watch also features a minute repeater. All in all, it's a complicated watch worthy of the name Jaquet Droz. It is a LE of 8 pieces. You can find more here.
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