Introducing the two latest additions to Roger Dubuis’ Excalibur collection: black ceramic editions of the Excalibur Double Tourbillon and the Excalibur Monobalancier.
A testament to the Maison’s determination and ability to master advanced, challenging materials, the hyper durable and hyper expressive timepieces feature ceramic that is solidly black inside and out, and four times harder than stainless steel.
Without compromising the Maison’s signature shape, the precise design of the ceramic masterpieces was achieved with an entirely overhauled manufacturing process. Thanks to unparalleled craftsmanship and painstaking care, the ultra-hard case is resistant to everyday scratches while sporting a bold black finish that is impervious to tarnishing or dulling over time.
The newest Excalibur Double Tourbillon
Forging ahead on Roger Dubuis’ mission to design the future of Hyper Horology, the latest evolution of the Excalibur Double Tourbillon sees a radiant black ceramic upgrade with two signature tourbillons and a RD108 calibre.
The tourbillons now feature lighter materials and an enhanced differential for maximised transmission of energy, providing a power reserve of 72 hours. A sense of aesthetic dynamism reverberates through the 45mm watch, from the clean cut lines on the movement and case to the hand-finished decorations, offering a strong, distinct visual identity.
The Excalibur Monobalancier enhanced
Following the debut of an improved Excalibur Monobalancier at Watches & Wonders 2022, the Maison pushes the envelope once again with a radiant black ceramic variation. With its technical enhancements multiplied, the watch now boasts an elevated performance of the Automatic RD 720SQ calibre and an increased power reserve of 72 hours.
Clean cut lines, a fluted bezel, and sharp notches characterise the 42mm timepiece’s contemporary design, and are complemented by sand blasted, satin brushed surfaces and polished angles that further emphasise its expressive nature.
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Source: Roger Dubuis