Roger Dubuis Champions Tourbillion Craftmanship At Watches & Wonders

Emma Hodgson   |   13-04-2024

Roger Dubuis unveiled four new timepieces at Watches & Wonders this week. 

The new novelties include the Orbis In Machina, the Excalibur Sunrise Double Tourbillon, the Excalibur Titanium Monotourbillon and the Excalibur Dragon Monotourbillon. 

Each one is an ode to Roger Dubuis’ tourbillon craftsmanship.

Excalibur Dragon Monotourbillon

Discussing the new timepieces, in the notes which accompanied the release, the house said:

“This year, Roger Dubuis’ iconic journey continues at Watches & Wonders Geneva 2024 – where the Maison unveils a place like no other to share its tourbillon artistry with the true believers in high horology. Immerse yourself in each contemporary masterpiece and you’ll see exactly what sets Roger Dubuis apart. Not only has the complex tourbillon mechanism been achieved with the utmost ingenuity, but the breathtaking aesthetics continue to inspire, always displaying the unrivalled beauty of the Poinçon de Geneve philosophy.”

The Excalibur Sunrise Double Tourbillon

“To make the challenge just a little bit greater, Roger Dubuis only produces Flying Tourbillons. Unlike traditional versions, the Flying Tourbillon is only mounted on one side, with no supporting bridge on top. Certainly more beautiful to look at, yet far more difficult to create, because stability must be guaranteed. The Geneva watchmaker has successfully achieved that task through a high-performing Flying Tourbillon built from 63 components, all finished by hand with 4 different types of decoration,” the house continued.

The Excalibur Titanium Monotourbillon