DeWitt Repetition Minutes Tourbillon GMT Antipode - Blend of Tradition and Modernity

May 19, 2009
Demonstrating their passion for horological excellence, DeWitt unveils the Repetition Minutes Tourbillon GMT Antipode watch. The timepiece reveals unique technical and aesthetic features.

The new DeWitt watch accommodates a highly creative multi-complication movement. The timepiece boasts three sophisticated complications - the Tourbillon, minute repeater and GMT - all animated by a single mechanical movement.

The Antipode watch has a two-faced case provided with an original axle-based rotation system. The axle allows the case to perform a 360-degree lateral rotation when the watch owner presses the lugs at 12 and 6 o'clock.

The case of the watch is sculptured in combination of polished white gold and titanium. The bezel is adorned with DeWitt signature imperial columns.

The front dial of the timepiece
displays the local time and the tourbillon cage, while the second dial displays hours and minutes in the second time zone.

The time in the second time zone may be set with help of a corrector at 1 oclock. At 9 oclock on the case there is a push-piece for activating the local time alarm.

The winding crown with its impressive shoulders is positioned at 3 oclock, with the slide piece for the minute repeater opposite it. When the minute repeater mechanism is activated, the local hours, quarter hours, and minutes are indicated by charming tones.

Through the semi-transparent dial one can glimpse at the sophisticated movement, built from hundreds of hand-finished individual parts.

The DeWitt Repetition Minutes Tourbillon GMT Antipode watch, the result of years of technological development, makes one feel its powerful masculine appeal, while reflecting the finest horological traditions.

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