With the Open Gear Flying Tourbillon Meteorit a technical, clean and modern approach to high-end watchmaking is introduced. The cold, yet mesmerizing grey of the handmade guilloche dial is classic and progressive at the same time. The 17 part stainless steel case is home to the most elaborate timepiece watchmakers can offer.
The highest form of watchmaking edged into 44mm stainless steel.
Partly polished, partly with vertical satin finish, onion crown
Polished screw-down bezel with full thread and side knurling with curved, double coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Elaborate 42-part construction on several levels: bottom level with Côtes de Genève, middle level hand-guilloched and hand-engraved (“Atelier Lucerne” on reverse of dial), upper level featuring screwed-on skeletonized train wheel bridges and funnel-like construction for hour display; bar or cylinder shaped Super-LumiNova indexes.
Design of hands
Thermally blued; with Super-LumiNova inlays
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