In July this year, Roger Dubuis’ extraordinary timepiece will enter the public life through three themed window displays of Harrods department store on Brompton Road, London. And a unique indoor ‘flash exhibition sales area’ presented in front of global audiences.
Neon lights reflect bright, deep, transparent, infinite and other characteristics, like Roger Dubuis movement
A large-scale exhibition and sales event called “Made With Love and Precision” focusing on high-end watches will be held for the first time using Harrods Department Store along all the windows of the famous Brompton Road. Roger Dubuis will show his talents at this event, taking the opportunity to present the rare arts he created in this British capital like a world stage, providing shoppers and watch lovers with a special experience to make them appreciate It is a masterpiece of timepieces that breaks the tradition, is bold and innovative, and has superb skills.
The ‘Astral Skeleton Skeleton’ timepiece is the best example of Roger Dubuis’s commitment to practice watchmaking ideals and become a star of watches, which precisely reflects the watchmaker’s outstanding ideas and achievements in the creation of skeleton movements. The design of the pop-up exhibition area will be extended based on this striking star-shaped symmetrical movement.
The layout of the exhibition hall specially conceived for the Harrods department store has allowed Roger Dubuis to show its design talents again, and to exert its extraordinary creativity of drama and experimentation. Its set director has successfully served the audience many times around the world. Bring surprise and joy.
Harrods is undoubtedly an internationally leading high-end shopping mall, and naturally has become one of the ideal places for Roger Dubuis to show itself in a global perspective.
Two Roger Dubuis Roger Dubuis timepieces will debut at Harrods: Black Velvet watch with diamonds and Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon with black spinels.
The Black Velvet watch with diamonds is the last of the three-part timepiece that Roger Dubuis first released at the 2016 Geneva International Horological Show (SIHH) earlier. Roger Dubuis has named 2016 the ‘Celebrity Year’ of the brand, and this series of women’s watches made of carbon fiber for the first time perfectly fit this 100% female-oriented year.
The gem-set carbon fiber case combines two materials that are often seen as incompatible, creating a unique and original technology for the brand. This groundbreaking timepiece with white diamonds set on a carbon fiber case, mother-of-pearl dial and white genuine alligator leather strap is limited to 88 pieces, each costing 26,800 pounds.
Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon with black spinel
Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon inlaid with black spinel is not only the original creation of the brand in Harrods, but also a masterpiece of unprecedented timepieces.
As a classic series of Roger Dubuis, Excalibur watches continuously strive for development and innovation, so it has become the series with the most complicated functions and original technologies in brand timepieces. The 60 rectangular-cut natural black spinels inlaid on the bezel flash like dim stars, creating a subtle interplay with the black titanium case. The production of such a superb watch brings together a number of exquisite craftsmanship, and the inlaying of precious stones on the rubber material of the metal bezel is also the technology first launched by the brand at the 2015 SIHH; Roger Dubuis For this breakthrough technology, two years of research and development time have been invested and created by Pascal Vincent Vaucher, a well-known Geneva gem setting expert.
Such a timepiece makes the Excalibur King series even more a reflection of the strict quality standards of the Geneva Seal. This model is limited to 8 pieces, each priced at £ 129,900.
We look forward to welcoming you to the pop-up area of Harrods Department Store to learn more about the extraordinary world of Roger Dubuis, a world of timepieces that combines superb technology and innovative shapes.
Case: 36 mm diameter, carbon fiber,
Bezel and decorative parts set with 66 diamonds (approximately 0.98 carats)
Thickness: 8.77 mm
Dial: Mother-of-pearl dial, black transfer Roman numerals,
Roman numerals in white gold at 6 and 12 o’clock;
Black transfer Roger Dubuis (Roger Dubuis)
With the words Poin 鏾 n de Genève
Water resistance: 3 bar (30 meters)
Strap: white satin weave strap
Buckle: Black DLC-coated titanium adjustable buckle
Movement: RD821 automatic winding movement
Certification: Seal of Geneva (Poin 鏾 n de Genève)
RD821 movement: automatic winding
Features: automatic mechanical movement
Function: hour and minute display, precise adjustment via six directions
Decoration: rhodium-plated, C 魌 es de Genève decoration,
Completely refined in accordance with the Geneva Seal Standard
Diameter: 11 law points
Thickness: 3.43 mm
Vibration frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
Power reserve: 48 hours
Excalibur Spider Flying Tourbillon
Case: 45 mm diameter, hollow, titanium alloy,
Black DLC-coated titanium alloy ring and crown;
Rubber bezel set with 60 rectangular-cut black spinels (approximately 2.30 carats)
Thickness: 13.75 mm
Dial: skeleton; black DLC-coated titanium alloy skeleton,
White transfer minute ring, Roger Dubuis
And swiss made,
Titanium alloy screws covered with SLN luminous coating;
Gold skeleton hands, black DLC with SLN luminous coating
Water resistance: 5 bar (50 meters)
Strap: Black rubber
Buckle: Black DLC-coated titanium / steel adjustable folding buckle
Movement: RD505SQ manual winding movement
Certification: Seal of Geneva (Poin 鏾 n de Genève)
RD505SQ movement: skeleton flying tourbillon
Features: flying tourbillon at 7:30 (one rotation per minute),
Mechanical movement with manual winding, precisely adjusted in six positions
Function: hour and minute display
Decoration: skeleton movement, black, round grained splint, Celtic cross
Tourbillon frame, fully refined according to the Geneva mark standard
Diameter: 16 French cents
Thickness: 4.28 mm
Vibration frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 vibrations per hour)
Power reserve: 60 hours