The Daniel Roth Tourbillon Lumiere watch, unveiled in gold in 2007, is now followed by a platinum version of the masterpiece. The watch’s case, openworked dial, as well as the movement plates and bridges, are all crafted in platinum.
The timepiece is sure to be highly appreciated by collectors and connoisseurs of fine watchmaking.
The extremely complex timekeeping companion reflects high expertise of the brand’s designers, engineers and master-watchmakers who have managed to endow the watch with utmost functionality and visual harmony.
The Daniel Roth Tourbillon Lumiere Platine watch accommodates the Calibre DR780 Tourbillon Squelette movement that is chamfered, hand- drawn with a file and thoroughly hand-crafted. The movement boasts sapphire-blasted mainplates and openworked bridges demonstrating a satin-brushed finish. The movement gives an advantage of a 64-hour power reserve.
The blued steel chapter ring is embellished with diamond-polished hollowed dots. The blued steel serpentine hands contrast powerfully with the overall transparency of the timepiece. All the screws have been manually finished, showing extreme concern for detail the brand’s master-watchmakers are famous for.
The front and back parts of the Daniel Roth watch are shielded by glareproofed sapphire crystals that allow to admire the sophisticated nature of the timepiece in every detail.
The constantly moving luminous tourbillon is feather-light. The 82-part tourbillon incorporates a straight-line lever and a vertically-polished bridge. The tourbillon carriage and other elements of the movement are provided with the same traditional finish.
The Daniel Roth Tourbillon Lumiere Platinum watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is secured to the wrist with a hand-sewn double-sided alligator leather strap fitted with a white gold folding clasp.