Voutilainen Minute Repeater 10 Watch - Synonymous to Exclusivity

Oct 12, 2010
The Voutilainen atelier presents its new exclusive timepiece created in the best horological traditions - the Minute repeater 10. This is another custom-made repeater watch from the brand.

The same as previously introduced Voutilainen minute repeater watches, the Minute Repeater 10 watch demonstrates a clear, easy-to-read open-worked dial with the small seconds found at 6 o’clock. The movement, case and dial of the watch have been executed with thorough attention to every minor detail.

The hand-made, 18K gold dial is created in anthracite grey color. The time is indicated by hand-made 18K white gold hands.

The hardened stainless steel “Stavax” case boasts a supreme level of finish. The 38mm size case is characterized by light weight that guarantees supreme comfort on the wrist. The case incorporates a sapphire crystal front and back provided with anti-reflective coating on front.

The case construction of the complicated watch offers the loud and clear strike of the repeating mechanism, the beauty of which is revealed via the open-worked dial.

The heart of the Voutilainen watch is a minute repeater movement, operating at a frequency of 18,000 vibrations per hour. The 29-jewel movement strikes hours, quarters and minutes with help of two hammers acting on two gongs. It offers 38 hours of power reserve.

Reflecting the best Swiss watchmaking traditions, the bridges, springs, hammers and other movement parts have hand-finished anglage. The bridges’ surfaces are decorated with Geneva stripes, while the mainplate is embellished with snail graining.

The Voutilainen Minute Repeater 10 watch is presented on a hand-sewn, crocodile leather strap.

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