If you already have several million-dollar cars in your garage, you probably feel ready to spend that kind of money on other things too. Let’s say a million-dollar luxury watch, for instance. If the sum doesn’t scare you, here is some more information of the matter.
Called the Daniel Roth Grande Sonnerie Quantieme Perpetual Watch, this is an outstanding creation by Bulgari. The luxurious timepiece features no less than 923 components in the interior mechanism alone. A rotor ensures efficient automatism for the watch, which is not a very common feature among ultra-complicated timepieces like this one.
Its numerous alluring features include a tourbillon, a perpetual calendar, double power reserve displays, a month indicator, a weekday indicator, a Leep Year Indicator, a silent centrifugal governor, moon phases, Westminster Carillon chimes (it chimes over 433,500 times every year), the possibility to change between Grande or Petite Sonnerie mode, plus a silent mode for when circumstances ask for discretion.
This remarkable piece takes one year to be crafted by hand and it features a total of 22 complications. Produced in Le Sentier, Switzerland, the Grande Sonnerie Quantieme boasts 18-carat gold elements, including the case and dial. Impressed yet? We certainly are.