The Virtuoso VII comes with a double-sided timepiece in a patented case, allowing the wearer to convert it from a reversible watch to a pocket watch, and then into an elegant table clock by what the brand calls the Amadeo case. . One side of the timepiece is equipped with a perpetual calendar movement, which can provide five days of power reserve, and its side displays the time, date, day of the week, month and leap year cycle, and the movement of the movement can be clearly seen through the sapphire glass. On the other hand, it displays hours, minutes and seconds. The power reserve indicator is displayed on both dials. The dial and bridge that represent the perpetual calendar function are all hand-engraved. The 2020 Virtuoso VII is limited to 800 pieces, in rose or white gold, with a green guilloché dial decorated with a prismatic lotus pattern: this is the symbol of the Bovet House since 1822.
Laureato Absolute Light
The result of precision engineering is the latest product in the Laureato Absolute series launched by Girard-Perregaux in 2019, which aims to reshape its most iconic watch and incorporate the concept of light. The timepiece uses an octagonal 44mm case with anti-reflective sapphire and lightweight titanium to make it look transparent. It provides the wearer and all admirers with a complete view of the GP01800 skeleton self-winding movement. (Hour, second and second hands). Small angle). Each bridge and main board have undergone exquisite surface treatment and NAC treatment, as well as a ring with 12 curved sections between the mirror-polished triangles, which are used as hour markers. The timepiece comes with a seamlessly integrated rubber strap and fine-tuning system to improve comfort.
Youhan Black RM61-01
The first edition of the Yohan Blake Tourbillon watch designed for record-breaking Jamaican sprinters was first released in 2014. This watch is a work of high-tech genius, because it has aerodynamics, ergonomics, and is made of incredibly lightweight materials, which can satisfy the world champion sprinter of the Blake movement. All requirements. This watch was so successful that Richard Mille (Richard Mille) decided to make multiple iterations in the past six years. The watchmaker calls it the “ultimate edition” or the latest version of the RM 61-01 (and the last of its kind). It shows a highly skeletonized movement of grade 5 titanium alloy that can withstand shocks of up to 5,000Gs. Now, this watch also uses carbon fiber TPT and quartz TPT bezel and back cover, which is a high-tech material developed by the watchmaker and partner NTPT. The last three letters of TPT stand for thin-layer technology, which makes materials such as carbon fiber and quartz ultra-light and strong because they have been reinforced with resin. According to Richard Mille (Richard Mille), compared with conventional carbon fiber, carbon TPT can reduce stress source fracture by 25% and microcracks by 200%. Reducing weight is also an advantage, especially for high-performance watches for athletes like Blake.