Thursday, April 2, 2015

Ernest Borel Jules Borel Collection

Swiss watchmaker Ernest Borel presents a new men’s timepiece with a skeleton movement.

In 1856, when Jules Borel founded the Maison Borel, the Swiss watchmaker was guided by an innate passion for perfection. From the very beginning, the claim was asserted: accuracy must be absolute. In 159 years of history, Ernest Borel has continuously progressed towards ever greater technology in the quest for excellence. This new timepiece, which bears the founder’s name, conveys this original requirement and pays homage to the brand’s fundamental values: extreme accuracy and perfect technical expertise.
With this new skeleton model, the Swiss watchmaker grants you access to the enigmas of your watch. A number of openwork parts reveal the mechanism of your timepiece and enable you to admire the precise movement of time as it passes, taking you behind the scenes of Ernest Borel’s expertise. Eleven diamonds adorn the dial, available in steel finish on a metal bracelet or in PVD pink gold on a leather strap.
The collection illustrates the specific characteristics of the Jura-based brand down to its tiniest details, encapsulating the alliance of technology and aesthetics, refinement in the service of mechanics, and creativity furthering high technology.
Technical details
Jules Borel Collection

GS9338-23221: Stainless steel case
GGR9338-33291BR: 18K Rose gold plated case

Caliber SW300
Swiss made skeleton automatic movement, Diameter 11.50mm, 25 jewels, Power reserve
42h, 28'800 vibrations/h, Rhodium or rose gold plated, Blued screws

Hours, Minutes, Seconds

Stainless steel or 18K rose gold plated case
Diameter: 40mm
Case back: see-through sapphire
Water resistance: 50 meters (5 bar / 165 ft)

Silvered or golden open dial set with 11 diamonds, Blued hands

Stainless steel bracelet or brown leather strap, Folding buckle
Delivered with an additional leather strap

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