The watch brand Badollet has once again demonstrated its ability to amaze the discerning audience by launching its incredible Stellaire model.
Offered in a limited edition of just 5 pieces, the company’s creation employs a 150 palladium-coated white gold case. It is 14 mm thick and boasts a diameter of 44 mm. The new Badollet watch is capable of withstanding water pressures down to 30 meters.
The case frames an open-worked dial, performed in a variety of materials, including lapis lazuli, onyx, brown jade as well as black or white mother-of-pearl.
Protected by an anti-glare sapphire crystal, the display comprises an hour circle, equipped with large Roman numerals. Gliding smoothly over them are elegant hour and minutes hands.
The breathtaking dial of the new Stellaire watch enables the watch owner to admire various parts of a hand-wound mechanical BAD1630 movement as well as its meteorite base plate. The latter was manufactured from the Cape York meteorite, named after the place where it landed, in Melville bay to the west of Greenland. Supposedly 10,000 years old, it was discovered in 1818, during a dangerous expedition, headed by English explorer Sir John Ross.
Linked to the movement is an ultra-light flying tourbillon, which carries the brand’s logo. The tourbillon carriage is artfully set with extra-terrestrial olivines, also extracted from meteorite fragments. A keynote of the display, this amazing mechanism can be enjoyed at 6 o’clock.
The magic of the superb movement, which offers a lengthy power reserve of 120 hours, can be also discovered through a sapphire crystal case-back.
A mind-blowing combination of the oldest materials and the most advanced technologies, the new Badollet watch is teamed with a genuine crocodile leather strap. It terminates in a folding clasp, crafted from 150 palladium-coated white gold.