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Roger Dubuis' $1.1 million Excalibur Quatuor watch

Roger Dubuis' $1.1 million Excalibur Quatuor watch

When time is money


Swiss watchmaker Roger Dubuis has unveiled one of the world’s most expensive watches, proving that a watch doesn’t have to be embellished in diamonds and gold to reach a seven digit price range

The new Excalibur Quatuor is Roger Dubuis’ newest limited edition watch, with only three silicon Excalibur Quatuor watches existing in the entire world, Dubuis’ proves why it has gained a reputation for superior craftsmanship.  

The $1.1 million watch took 2,400 man-hours to build and seven years of research, is made from 590 distinct parts and has a 40-hour power reserve function that is so sophisticated, the company has applied for a patent.

1.1 mil watch

The watch features four sprung balances that have been set at a 45 degree angle to take both gravity and the wearer's movements into account, providing unrivalled accuracy and a unique sound – similar to the whirring of a machine. Made from silicon four times harder than steel, the case’s construction brings the watches weight below your standard gold despite the size of its face.

1.1 mil watch

 

 

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