Throughout the past month or so, we have brought you so many wonderful new unveilings both pre-, during- and post- BaselWorld 2013. So many were exclusives – especially in the category of great Complications. You’ve seen here first several pieces from Arnold & Son, Ulysse Nardin, HYT and others. Now we bring you a quick glance at five more top complications from BaselWorld 2013. Enjoy.
Hublot La Ferrari
Hublot La Ferrari is a work of genius in the design and technology, with 50 days of power reserve. Just 50 pieces will be made.
Harry Winston Histoire
Harry Winston's Histoire de Tourbillon 4, created with input from Greubel Forsey, boasts a triple-axis tourbillon design. The first cage rotates once every 45 seconds; the intermediate cage rotates once every 75 seconds; and the outermost cage rotates once every 300 seconds. The 345-part movement is housed in a Zalium case. Just 20 will be produced.
Christophe Clarret Soprano
Christophe Claret Soprano: a 60-second tourbillon and a minute repeater with Westminster chime. It holds four patented cathedral gongs and four hammers. The movement has 450 parts, and the watch is offered in several versions. Approx. $500,000.
Carl F. Bucherer - Tourbillon
Carl F. Bucherer surprises us with its stunning new 18-karat gold Tourbillon – built in honor of the 125th anniversary of the Bucherer Group. The brand worked with APRP and just 188 pieces will be built. Approx. $100,000.
Blancpain Tourbillon Carrousel
Blancpain forever reveals the answer to the question "what is the difference between a carrousel and a tourbillon" with its new Tourbillon Carrousel watch that houses each complication in all its glory. Approx. $300,000