HYSEK – Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon
Hysek – Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon
The mechanical and eye-catching concept of ultra-skeletonisation comes from Hysek. It’s the perfect combination of tourbillon and skeleton which was first unveiled in 2008 in the Furtif collection then in 2014 in the Verdict and IO ranges. The design is back but this year it’s at its most extreme.
The Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon’s movement (manual wind HW15 calibre) is laid bare, revealing its vital functions: the wheel train fuelling the gold hour and minute hands in the centre, the barrel driving the 48-hour power reserve at 5 o’ clock and the flying skeleton tourbillon spinning at 11.
Its oversize square case (44x44mm) is finished with rotating lugs, has a PVD-coated titanium container with two sapphire crystals on the back (metallic stripes on the reverse) and bevelled sides locked down by four gold screws.
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By Sharmila Bertin
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