The watch that you’re looking at right now is bound to become the center of attention during the upcoming SIHH 2016 event, as it represents a carbon version of the already acclaimed Roger Dubuis Excalibur Automatic 42 Skeleton. Featuring a sporty yet sophisticated look, the watch boasts a textured 42mm case that houses a Roger Dubuis caliber RD820SQ automatic movement.
This movement was unveiled in 2005 alongside the non-skeletonized RD820, and it features its own dark look complemented by subtle perlage adornments on its bridge surfaces. It includes 167 parts, it operates at a frequency of 4Hz, and it flaunts a power reserve of 60 hours. Moreover, for a touch of exclusivity, Roger Dubuis has decided to apply the Seal of Geneva mark on this complex movement. The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Carbon is the very first Roger Dubuis timepiece to have a carbon case, and this will surely contribute to its popularity.