Roger Dubuis very symbolically chose a unique rose gold flying tourbillon watch from his La Monégasque player series, dedicated to the 2013 Only Watch charity auction. This biennial charity auction dedicated to sponsoring the medical research of Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy was originally held at the Monaco Yacht Show on September 28.
Monte Carlo Rose Gold Flying Tourbillon Only Watch Special Limited Edition
Only Watch, which is held every two years, is considered to be the world’s number one watch charity auction. Under the co-hosting of the Monaco Muscular Atrophy Association and Antigoron Auction Co., this year, the 5th charity auction will be launched. To pay tribute to the sponsor and auction venue, Roger Dubuis naturally chose the La Monégasque player series to respond to this event with a specially developed watch. The player world presented in this series is inspired by the legendary elegance and meticulous atmosphere of the Principality of Monaco, and blends with a distinctively easy-to-see pride and unique shape, conveying the spirit of fashionable adventure players. The La Monégasque player series reinterprets the aesthetic elements rooted in traditional watchmaking in a modern way, focusing on style rather than fashion, perfectly embodying bold creativity and excellent quality. This series is designed for people who are looking for individuality and uniqueness. Through the traditional complication movement, it demonstrates Roger Dubuis’s superb watchmaking skills.
The watch specifically designed for this sale is equipped with a 44mm rose gold case, which is equipped with an RD520 automatic mechanical movement, displaying the flying tourbillon frame like a Celtic cross at 7:30, and at 10:30 The location shows the unique Roger Dubuis miniature rotor. For the first time, the La Monégasque player series uses this movement with a 60-hour power reserve. Its dial is also in line with the unique aesthetic elements of the series. It has a new and carefully designed concept: a carbon gray satin sun and round pattern The satin-finished finish, combined with rose gold Arabic numerals, produces stunning visual effects, and once again demonstrates Roger Dubuis’s superb craftsmanship that combines technology and aesthetics. Like all Roger Dubuis timepieces, this model is also engraved with the Geneva seal, symbolizing the ultimate guarantee of excellent quality in watchmaking.
Monte Carlo Rose Gold Flying Tourbillon Special Watch Limited Edition
Roger Dubuis firmly believes that strong support for philanthropy is one of the social responsibilities that its companies must shoulder, especially sponsoring medical research and improving debilitating patients such as Only Watch Bazaar for living conditions. Therefore Roger Dubuis is very proud to be able to contribute actively to the Monaco Muscular Atrophy Association, especially to provide a watch belonging to the La Monégasque series for this purpose. This model not only perfectly represents the values of Roger Dubuis and its watch series, but also shows the spirit of Monaco that inspired the collection.
Case: 44 mm diameter, rose gold
Dial: Charcoal satin-finish sunburst engraved in the center ‘Roger Dubuis’ inscription Middle ring charcoal-gray satin sunburst black transfer scale decorative rose gold outer edge charcoal outer ring charcoal round satin-finished rose gold Embossed Arabic numerals decorative outer edge 7:30 position flying ring 10:30 position micro-rotor charcoal gray outer edge with rose gold transfer
Water resistance: 5 bar (50 meters)
Strap: Genuine black alligator leather, hand-stitched
Buckle: Rose gold pin buckle
Movement: RD520 automatic winding movement
Yield: single piece
Certification: Seal of Geneva
RD520 automatic winding movement
Mechanical self-winding movement with a size of 15 cents, precise adjustment in 36 orientations, rhodium plating, round grained plywood, ‘Cotes de Genève’ decoration, Celtic cross tourbillon frame.
Features: hour and minute display, flying tourbillon at 7:30
Thickness: 6.50 mm
Vibration frequency: 3 Hz (21.600 times per hour)
Power reserve: 60 hours