THE CONTINUITY OF EXCELLENCE
Introduced in 2010 in a grey monochrome finish, this exceptional timepiece takes on a more modern and elegant look with its revisited aesthetic. Prestige is still the order of the day.
Since its inception in 2005, the Tradition collection has been enriched with references showcasing the know-how of the manufacturer in a spectacular display. The Tradition Tourbillon 7047 watch continues the lineage with its remarkable regulating mechanism. This movement, with its titanium cage coated in an attractive royal blue, is revealed almost entirely at 12 o’clock, bringing the timepiece to life with its gyrations. The same elegant color appears on the off-center disk at 7 o’clock, with its hand-guilloched “Clous de Paris” motif, on which the emblematic Breguet hour and minute hands glide. Within this airy composition, the fusee-chain mechanism ensures a constant force and a cylinder drum is used judiciously to indicate the power reserve.
All of these elements are integrated into a platinum case with a diameter of 41mm. This case holds the caliber 569 assembled with 542 parts. This complex hand-wound movement, equipped with a silicon balance spring, operates at a frequency of 2.5Hz. The presence of a sapphire caseback enables the bridges, the plate, and the wheels to be admired in action. To complete its highly refined look, the Tradition Tourbillon 7047 is worn on an alligator leather wristband in a coordinated color. Breguet also offers a number of other variations of this model. One variation combines a pink gold case with a black dial and a gray or gold movement. Another features a platinum case with a silver face and an anthracite caliber. All of them stand for excellence.