lunedì 22 aprile 2019

SIHH 2019 (5)

This is the fifth of a series of posts featuring a few pieces seen in Geneva at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the year’s first watch show.

PIAGET
Altiplano – Equipped with the ultra-thin automatic caliber 1203P, this 40mm pink gold timepiece features a meteorite dial and is limited to an edition of 300 pieces.

PoloThe steel 42mm case hosts a green dial that changes in tone and intensity depending on the angle of light that hits the guilloche surface.


ROGER DUBUIS

Excalibur Huracan Visible through the titanium sapphire crystal case back, the skeleton automatic RD630 caliber offers a 12° angled balance wheel representing the movement signature associated with Lamborghini Squadra Corse.


RICHARD MILLE

Fraise – The Fruit line features color-gradient cases made of Carbon TPT®  combined with Quartz TPT® of a different hue for each model.


ULYSSE NARDIN
Skeleton X – The openworked movement is part of a geometry featuring an X formed by four of the indexes, framed in a rectangle, in turn inside a circle.


VACHERON CONSTANTIN

Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin – The 41.5mm pink gold case is just 8.1mm thick and hosts the self-winding in-house 1120QP caliber.

Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar - A patent-pending system enables instantaneous switching between Active mode and Standby mode. The latter steps in during long periods of stasis when the watch is laid flat and a high-frequency balance would drain the mainspring with no added advantage.


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