Hysek Creates Tourbillon Furtif Watch

Mar 16, 2010
The watch manufacture Hysek has brought forth its superb Tourbillon Furtif watch, distinguished by a progressive design.

The tourbillon watch is powered by the Calibre HW10 movement, manufactured entirely in the brands workshops. The extraordinary mechanism features a flying tourbillion, equipped with "avant-gardist" balance, rendered in titanium. This little horological masterpiece can be admired from any side of the timekeeper, which was achieved by means of turning the metal into an amazing piece of lace.

Composed of 260 individual parts and embellished with 26 jewels, the movement serves to display hours and minutes. It operates at a frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour and provides a 70-hour power reserve.

All the technical surprises of the Hysek watch are enclosed in a case crafted from 18k rose gold and titanium. It is equipped with a screwed crown. The case also features a sapphire glass, coated with anti-glare treatment. The watch is water-resistant to a depth of 30 meters. It is adorned with a bicolor skeleton dial.

The Hysek Tourbillon Furtif watch is mounted on a hand-sewn alligator leather strap. It is joined to an 18 K rose gold double secured fold-over buckle, exclusive to Hysek.

The companys new brainchild has been issued in limited series of 30 items. Born from the dexterous fingers of the brands craftsmen, the Tourbillon Furtif watch is sure to win the hearts of watch enthusiasts and connoisseurs.

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