Introducing the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Skeleton, a new watch from the prestigious manufacturer. Although the dial might make reading the time more difficult, the simple two-hand display keeps everything else simple. If you look, there actually isn't a tourbillon on this watch, which will result in a lower price (and therefore broaden their market). The movement is the RD820-SQ calibre (SQ = squelette, which refers to skeleton movements). Despite the fact that it does not feature a tourbillon, this watch still has many elements that are distinctly Roger Dubuis. The star-shaped bridges, the cuts in the bezel. These ensure that the watch will not be mistaken for something else. The watch also has a micro-rotor at 11. Despite the lack of a tourbillon, the retail price is nearly $100,000. Still a beautiful watch that carries the Geneva Seal though.
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