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Armin Strom - Tourbillon Skeleton Earth

Following last year's introduction of the Tourbillon Skeleton Fire, the first tourbillon model with a fully skeletonized movement created by Armin Strom, the Biel/Bienne-based watchmaker is now presenting the all-black version, the Tourbillon Skeleton Earth.

Crafted from stainless steel with a black PVD treatment, the 43.40 mm x 13 mm case houses the hand-wound calibre ATC11-S characterised by the beautifully skeletonized main plate, gear-train bridges and barrel-bridges as well as the symmetrically positioned double going barrel delivering a power reserve of 10 days. Beating at 18,000 vibrations per hours, this manufacture movement has a thickness of 6.20 mm. Escape wheel and pallets are made of solid gold with hardened functional areas.

At 9 o'clock, the one-minute tourbillon plays the protagonist while also indicating the passing seconds.

Two sapphire crystals with anti-reflective treatment allows the wearer to fully appreciate the movement and the high-quality finishes from both sides.

The Tourbillon Skeleton model is a demonstration of technical excellence. Not many watch manufactures capable of producing their own tourbillon and even less can combine a tourbillon and a fully skeletonized movement.

The Armin Strom Tourbillon Skeleton Earth (ref. ST15-TE.90) comes with an alligator horn-back strap as well as an alternate rubber strap and has a price of Swiss Francs 88,000.

The Tourbillon Skeleton Collection will be produced in the brand's signature elements of Fire (rose gold), Earth (black PVD coated stainless steel), Water (stainless steel), and Air (titanium).

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