The Graff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton Automatic is such a watch that tantalizes the sense with its unique case, and movement! The outer ring of the case is made out of titanium which is given a DLC-coating, making it black. Combined with 18K rose gold, you get a beautiful contrast which Graff also utilizes within the movement. Continue reading Graff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton Automatic
A flying tourbillon is often the cherry on top of what is already a great watch, and this goes for sure Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton, which Girard-Perregaux launched earlier this year at the SIHH in Geneva. Created in 1975, the Laureato was Girard-Perregaux’s contribution to what would become the golden age of the premium stainless steel sports watch. Continue reading A Look Inside The Girard-Perregaux Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton
Remember the feelings of thrill and terror when you launched your sled down a steep snow-covered hill? American Skeleton racer John Daly has been doing that competitively for 15 years, but his sled, which slides down an ice-covered bobsled using a pair of metal runners, can actually hit speeds of up to 90 miles per hour.
Not anyone can wear a Roger Dubuis watch. Their designs are not what you would call conventional. They require a strong personality to pull them off — a potent blend of sensuality and confidence, with a big helping of irreverence and a taste for the dramatic.