If HYSEK's Kilada Tourbillon with double micro-rotors could speak, it would shout about its outstanding technical merits.
Nonetheless, its dial is still able to communicate these visually. After eye contact is made, one will be able to clearly see the additional features on its black dial with gold-plated indexes such as the micro-rotor and the flying tourbillon.
The in-house flying tourbillon Manufacture movement is at the 5 o'clock position while the 22K rose gold micro-rotor at 7 o'clock indicates that an automatic movement is housed within this Grade 5 titanium case with rose gold flanks and crown.
What must be highlighted is that the Kilada Tourbillon features not one but two micro-rotors; the second micro-rotor which is made of platinum is located at the rear.
The black rubber strap is integrated to the case for the seamless look. It comes with a fold-over buckle in black PVD with a rose gold cover and in the unmistakable HYSEK design signature case.
The in-house Manufacture movement of the Kilada Tourbillon with double micro-rotors is made of 232 components and is limited to 30 pieces.
The company's founding principles are a combination of the unconventional with technical prowess. Each new timepiece is not simply the modification of an existing aesthetic model, but is completely designed from scratch. This perpetual calling into question leads to the creation of audacious timepieces that are not afraid to surprise.Find out more >
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