The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon is one of the most incredible timepieces unveiled during this year’s SIHH event. Minimalistic and luxurious, the piece features a skeletonized dial as well as a fabulous rubber bezel encrusted with diamonds. The man responsible for the bezel’s unique design is gem-setting specialist Pascal Vincent Vaucher, who used a patented technique named “Soft Stones in the Sky” in order to create it.
The bezel required almost two years in order to be complete, and it complements the dial beautifully. Speaking of the dial, it highlights Roger Dubuis’ own RD505SQ movement as well as a flying tourbillion at 7.30 o clock. The watch will be limited to just 88 units, each featuring a price tag of $200,000. Even though it is quite expensive, you can trust us when we say that a piece such as this is worth every penny.