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DeWitt - Twenty-8-Eight Skeleton Tourbillon Blue PVD

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Differently from many skeleton watches where as much material as possible is taken out of the construction, the new DeWitt Twenty-8-Eight Skeleton Tourbillon is characterised by a strong architecture, in line with the design of the imposing 43 mm case.


Crafted from white gold, the case is adorned with the 48 columns typical of the brand, although less pronounced than usual.


The carved-out main plate is a sand-brushed nickel silver base with blue PVD surface finishing. A skeletonised “W” logo positioned at 9 o’clock and it visible also from the back side.


At 6 o'clock, the Tourbillon rotates on its axis, held in place by a long, slender and circular grained Art Déco bridge. The barrel, positioned at 12 o’clock to counterbalance the tourbillon, is also skeletonised in order to reveal the mechanism.


Entirely produced in-house, the manually wound calibre DW8028s beats at 18,000 vibrations per hour with a variable-inertia balance. The power reserve is 72 hours power reserve.

The tourbillon is equipped with a Swiss anchor escapement and a spiral made out of a self-compensating, non-oxidizing, anti-magnetic alloy.

In terms of finishing, DeWitt applies the highest Haute Horlogerie standards: case, plate, bridges, wheels and even miniature screws are all angled, polished, satin-finished and treated by hands.


Remarkable detail, every high complication watch coming out of the DeWitt Manufacture is entirely assembled, adjusted and tested by a single master watchmaker.

The price of the DeWitt Twenty-8-Eight Skeleton Tourbillon is Swiss Francs 156,000 before local taxes. dewitt.ch

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