Watch Spotlight: A Look At Tourbillons In Luxury Watches

In the universe of horological mechanisms, the tourbillon is in a realm of its own.

by Lynette Koh

Photo: Breguet, Vacheron Constantin, Franck Muller

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Clarity in complexity

Credit: Chopard

With the Alpine Eagle Flying Tourbillon, Chopard’s sport-chic watch family extends its range of complications. Housed in a 41mm case made of the brand’s exclusive and exceptionally bright Lucent Steel A223 and powered by the L.U.C 96.24-L automatic movement, the timepiece bears both chronometer certification and the Geneva Seal.

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