5 Top Complicated Watches from BaselWorld 2013

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. Approx. $345,000.

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. Approx.$696,600.

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

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