De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius Aerolite Review
We have always loved independent watchmakers from around the globe, especially Swiss brands which make some of the best and most beautiful timepieces. De Bethune offers one of the most incredible and technically advanced Swiss-made watches that several luxury watch buyers love. The De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius Aerolite is their latest high-end timepiece. It offers a visually appealing design and innovative mechanism, making it one of the best luxury watches.
|DB25VTM Starry Varius Aerolite
|42 mm x 10.3 mm
|4-day power reserve, 38,000 VpH, 43 jewels, tourbillon movement, 280 components
|Black alligator leather strap
The De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius Aerolite has a gorgeous design with its stunning dial made with a sheet of the world’s oldest meteorite – the Mounionalusta. The Mounionalusta meteorite hit the earth near the Mounio River and is polished with a blue and purple hue with a widmanstatten pattern to offer a unique look. To complement its space theme, the meteorite sheet dial is met with stars made with luxury white gold metal that looks like the Milky Way galaxy.
The watch uses a caliber DB2109V4 automatic tourbillon movement with a two-barrel construction that uses 43 jewels to work against gravity met with a durable titanium bridge. The DB25 comes with a tourbillon with 30 seconds, beating at a frequency of 36,000 VpH, and offers a power reserve of four days.
The De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius Aerolite retails for around $279,000 and will be exclusive with its limited 5 models. In short, the watch looks appealing and beautiful in terms of its meteorite dial and space-theme design, and other luxurious features that make it a worthy buy.