While each unique design is visually striking in its own way, the models really shine beneath the surface. Powering all three watches is the brand’s CFB MR3000 calibre movement. Entirely designed, developed, and manufactured in-house, this movement took six years to perfect and was patented in 2021. It consists of 617 individual parts and is a COSC-certified chronometer, showcasing three peripherally mounted technologies. The first is the automatic winding system, featuring a bi-directional oscillating, 18-karat gold weight. Then there’s the “floating” tourbillon cage, displayed at 12 o’clock, rather than the traditional 6 o’clock position. Last but not least, there’s the peripherally mounted minute repeater regulator, which is displayed in all its glory at 6 o’clock with the hammers at the base and the circular gongs running around the inside edge of the case.
This trilogy of unique watches is available today, with pricing available upon request.
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