Watches that combine luxury and precision

2020-10-29 | Since 1 Month

Many of the designs of watches studded with diamonds and precious stones put forward by luxury watch houses this year, will guarantee you, dear men, a luxurious innovative look. This will suit your need for official occasions that may reappear after the restrictions on movement that were imposed due to the Coronavirus have been eased; But this does not mean that you give up caution, and in the event that you are staying at home, there is no objection to enjoying a luxurious watch decorated with the finest precious stones adorning your wrist, you deserve.

Excalibur Superbia by Roger Dubuis

It is a wonderful contemporary climax of foolproof excess, to the excitement of the most enthusiastic of the sophisticated watchmakers.

The watch is made of white gold rich in palladium and is studded with six hundred precious white diamonds and sapphires. The watch houses the iconic Roger Dubuis caliber RD108SQ, an all-new double-round tourbillon inspired by the legendary model of the caliber introduced in 2005, and the first double-adjusting caliber linked to a differential and skeleton, adorned with a diamond-studded star.

As it subtly indicates the many features contained in this modern edition of high-end watches, and as the Maison fully understands it, the excellence lies in the details. In the Excalibur Superbia watch, Roger Dubuis, once again, reinvents the rules of the game like never before.

The artisans of the Maison's atelier have created an infrastructure that embraces each stone from the back, in line with the Maison's steadfast determination to avoid the use of any material between the stones themselves.

To add to the complexity, every shiny stone comes in Excalibur Superbia tetrahedron, a form that requires great skill in cutting stones, given that the delicacy of large stones doubles the risk of splitting.

Not only did all of the tetrahedra stones come, but a design pattern was adopted, as all the 238 stones in their box have a different shape, which makes them unique.

Big Bang Sang Bleu II from Hublot comes in a limited edition

Blue is the most popular color! The Big Bang Sang Bleu II watch takes the form of a sculptural showpiece to decorate the wrist and is available in new limited editions. Tattoo has evolved from an inherited practice to a global cultural phenomenon, but today it is an art form in its own right. It is a watch in the form of a sculpture or a masterpiece to tell the time ... These different concepts are intertwined in this piece, and the result is a unique timepiece that comes alive thanks to Hublot's extensive experience in materials.

Available in a titanium version of 200 studs, it has a 45 mm diameter case and houses a Hublot HUB1240 Onico self-winding chronograph movement with a 72-hour power reserve. It resists water pressure up to 100m.

Royal Oak Selfwinding from Audemars Piguet

It comes in 41 mm in diameter and has been set with brilliant diamonds and orange sapphires; The case is of 18 karat rose gold, set with 138 diamonds, while the bracelet is studded with 472 diamonds. The dial is studded with 466 orange sapphires, with more than 11 different shades from light to dark. The watch is equipped with rose gold time indicators.

The watch houses a self-winding caliber 4302 movement that can be seen through the sapphire glass cover on the back of the case; This studded version by Royal Oak combines precious stone with fine watchmaking technology.

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