Sunday, September 4, 2016

Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ

In 2015, Fabergé introduced the Visionnaire I flying tourbillon, a masculine, complication watch dedicated to gentlemen. This year, the brand welcomes a new, dual time timepiece to the Visionnaire collection for men.

Dedicated to globetrotting men, the Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ displays two time-zones by adopting a logical and intuitive method. The Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ displays the hours and minutes of the local time-zone with peripheral, open-worked hands rotating around a raised, decorated dome located at the centre of the dial.
The hour of the second, remote time-zone can then be viewed through a remarkable aperture at the centre of the dome, optically amplified for a bold look, a feature sure to surprise and delight. This timepiece features a dial side rotor, visible beneath the dial’s colour-matched sapphire crystal hour ring with applied indices.
Inside beats the self-winding AGH 6924 calibre designed exclusively for Fabergé by Jean-Marc Wiederrecht and his team of horological experts at Agenhor. A peacock-shaped component hidden within the movement pays homage to Fabergé’s signature element of surprise.

The design of the new Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ employs a slim bezel, complex lug construction, multi-layered dial construction, fluted crown and a linear, decorative motif radiating from the centre of the dial.

Technical details
Case: Pink gold, Titanium
Strap: Leather
Buckle: Folding buckle
Water resistance: 50 m
Diameter of the case: 43 mm
Thickness: 14.2 mm
Movement: Calibre AGH 6924 Self-winding mechanical movement manufactured by Agenhor
Power reserve: 50 h, 21600 variations / hours
Functions: Hours, Minutes, Second time zone
Price: 29'500 CHF

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