Call Of The Wild Tasting Athens Watch ‘ball Python Skeleton Tourbillon’ Watch

The skeleton tourbillon series of the Swiss Athens watch is a series of perspective art, and its movement structure is like a masterpiece of art. The positive and negative spaces of the watch are interlaced, simple and smooth, allowing you to glimpse the exquisite craftsmanship of the movement. The labyrinthically complex movements, parts and splints have been redesigned to make things easier and more subtly reshaped into a rare treasure. The watch to be introduced next is ‘Ball Python Hollow Tourbillon’, the official model is 1706-129 / 08.
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   The case is made of 18K rose gold with a diameter of 44 mm. It is equipped with a hand-painted ball python pattern inner ring and abrasion-resistant sapphire crystal. It is waterproof to 30 meters.

   Equipped with UN-170 self-winding movement, 23 gems, 18,000 vibrations / hour (2.5 Hz), 170 hours power reserve

   ‘Ball Python Hollow Tourbillon’ continues the spirit of the same series, taking the wildness of nature as the axis of design, showing an exotic atmosphere. The skeleton tourbillon watch allows light to pass freely through the wrist and emits a dazzling light.

   It uses silicon technology and a flying tourbillon developed by its own watch factory, with special emphasis on mechanical parts in the series, including silicon hairspring, anchor escapement and escape wheel. The hand-painted movement splint is inlaid with rubies, highlighting the master craftsmanship and sensitivity to art, and at the same time showing the wonderful world of Athens watch craftsmanship aesthetics.

   It has a python leather strap with a pin buckle.

    The above is the information related to the 2016 Basel International Watch & Jewellery Show prepared by the staff in front of the Watch House. We will continue to provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports for everyone in the future. Everyone pays attention. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)
2016 Basel International Watch & Jewellery Show Special Report