Bovet Dimier Recital 0 Watch - Innovative Movement's Architecture

Mar 16, 2011
The Bovet Dimier Collection was born in 2007. The timepieces from the collection accommodate exclusive tourbillon movements and complications developed by the Dimier Manufactory.

The Bovet Dimier Recital 0 watch represents the latest addition to the collection.

Being the 8th model in the line, the timepiece has 0 in its name as its indications are as those of the Recital 1 watch, reflecting the fundamental values of the tourbillon complication. In addition to the central hours and minutes, the watch features a power reserve indicator and the seconds with help of a triple seconds hand above the upper pivot of the tourbillon cage.

The creators of the new Bovet watch concentrated their attention on the movements architecture. The watch lacks the conventional dial, so the exquisite beauty of the mechanism is fully revealed.

The Dimier hand-wound tourbillon movement incorporates three-quarter bridges and bottom plate showing the tourbillon cage suspended between two cradle-like bridges. To guarantee supreme quality and consistency of timing, the cage measures 14mm in diameter this is about half the total diameter of the movement.

Operating at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour, the movement offers a 7-day power-reserve.

The Bovet Dimier Recital 0 watch has been created in five different variations. The 18K red gold case is available in two sizes - 41mm or 45mm. There is also a version with the bezel paved with baguette diamonds.

The timepiece is 30-meter water-resistant.

The Bovet Dimier Recital 0 watch is presented on an alligator strap fitted with a red gold pin buckle.

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