Swiss luxury watchmaker Roger Dubuis has launched a new timepiece, the Excalibur Monobalancier (MB) Titanium, that combines material mastery, expressive design, and horological expertise. The watch is crafted from titanium Grade 5, making it 33% lighter than stainless steel, and offers a range of benefits including hypoallergenic properties and high anti-corrosion and anti-magnetic properties.
The watch’s bezel and case are crafted in the Maison’s signature shape using titanium, while SuperLuminova is applied on the hour markers, hands, and logos to ensure visibility in low-light conditions. The bracelet is also made from titanium and features expertly shortened links for better adhesion to the wrist, along with the signature quick-release system.
The Excalibur MB Titanium is adorned with a matte metallic sheen complemented by shiny polished bevels on the bracelet, while its central lug featured on the bracelet links demonstrates even more harmonious aesthetics. Each element of the timepiece is meticulously hand-finished and it is granted Poinçon de Genève certification.
Powered by the automatic RD720SQ, the watch features a micro-rotor designed to minimize vibrations, while the remarkable inertia of its balance wheel maximizes stability and reduces its sensitivity to shocks. It also boasts an impressive 72 hours of power reserve.
Roger Dubuis CEO Nicola Andreatta said the Excalibur MB Titanium is a “modern interpretation of an icon” and reaffirms the company’s commitment to crafting the future of fine watchmaking. The watch brings “the power of lightness and the luxury of comfort to those who live fast every day,” he added.
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