When you say tourbillon, you can always refer to Breguet. After all, the complication was invented by the company’s founder, Abraham-Louis Breguet. So you can expect only the best ideas for this mechanism to come out from this company. And for the new model, Breguet installs the thinnest self-winding tourbillon available in the Classique 5377. Housed in a titanium case, 42mm wide, the watch is unbelievably slim considering the complications involved in its systems. It’s only 7mm thick, with the tourbillon just 3mm high. The 18-carat gold dial is silvered, which is engine-turned in four unique patterns. This gives the watch an incredible and unique look found in no other watch. The tourbillon itself is housed in a titanium cage, with several patented technologies incorporated within. It even features magnetic shielding on key components for accuracy. The whole tourbillon assembly on the Classique 5377 is off-centered, just as the power reserve indicator. As with all Breguet models, you’ll find the exclusive open-tipped hands in blued steel as well. Movement is a Breguet Caliber 581DR with 42 jewels and 80 hours of reserved power. Most of the mechanism is visible through the large caseback. A leather strap completes the elegant look of this Breguet from their Classique Complications collection. ~$179,000.
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