Although it is the 8th model in this collection, this model was code-named “0” because of its indications similar to those of the Récital 1. It marks a return to basics and the fundamental values of the tourbillon envisaged by Pascal Raffy when he assigned this project to DIMIER's designers and master watchmakers. Only a power reserve indicator (7 days) is added to the display of hours and minutes in the centre and of seconds shown by a triple seconds hand carried by the upper pivot of the tourbillon cage.
Research and development of this new timepiece focused mainly on the movement's architecture. The threequarter bridges and bottom plate reveal the tourbillon cage suspended between two “cradle” shaped bridges. The cage has a 14mm diameter corresponding to roughly half the total diameter of the movement. These dimensions guarantee exceptional quality and consistency of timing. The absence of a dial reveals the beauty of the movement's innovative design.
Proposed in diameters of 40mm and 45mm, the red-gold case is also available with a bezel set with baguette diamonds.
In total, five different variants are available to meet the specific requirements of every collector.
The Bovet Manufacture upholds the tradition of decorative art applied to finely cut and hand-painted dials, thus passing on the unrivalled knowhow that has been gracing the Firm’s collections and heritage since 1822.Find out more
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