Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monobalacier Titanium Review
Roger Dubuis has a reputation for making some of the best highly-complicated timepieces built with magnificent design and incredible precision. The flagship watchmaker has an array of limited edition watches that offer a stunning design matched with a plethora of things to look at. As a buyer, if you ever get a chance of having one, then brace yourself to have one of a kind experience. The new Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monobalancier Titanium offers an all-titanium treated case along with punchy and visually-appealing aesthetics that makes it among the most brilliant luxury watches to buy.
|Excalibur Monobalancier Titanium
|Grade 5 Titanium
|Automatic movement, 72-hour Power reserve,
|Titanium bracelet with a titanium folding clasp
The watch comes with a lot of drama you’d not expect from a watch asking a premium price. But for the price, the watchmaker has tried to offer almost everything with its dramatic visual design and high-build design that makes it among the most appealing timepieces to look at. The new Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monobalancier Titanium offers a stunning skeleton dial that has got all its glory in aesthetics and comes with an automatic movement that is known for its reliability. The watch comes with triangular-shaped hour markers with white gold brushed hands with Super-LumiNova.
The Monobalancier Titanium comes with a 42 mm grade 5 titanium case with a matching titanium bracelet and noted bezel and offers various design elements that have been built from the ground up. The new Roger Dubuis watch comes with a caliber RD720SQ automatic movement with a star-shaped bridge. The watchmaker has designed the micro-rotor in a way that minimizes the vibrations and offers the most accurate feedback. The movement comes with a new gear train and a power reserve of 72 hours.
The new Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monobalancier Titanium is priced at $66,500.
In this article, we have discussed the new Roger Dubuis Monobalancier Titanium, the company’s latest addition to its Excalibur collection. The watch offers several bits and pieces the watchmaker has a reputation for and comes for $66,500.