Here's another novelty from SIHH 2015. To best define this watch, think of it as the Excalibur Automatic Skeleton, but on steroids (and a sportier design). Rather than having a simple balance, this watch has a tourbillon. Rather than having a gold case, the Excaliber Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon uses a 45mm steel case. The leather strap has been replaced with rubber and the crown also has rubber on it. The hands have lume on them, when the last watch didn't. However, many design elements remain the same. The bridges are star-shaped, the notches in the bezel are still there, the lugs (although they have been skeletonized) are the same shape. Overall, it's another very strong offering from RD.
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