Thursday, April 6, 2017

Graff Minute Repeater

Established since 2008, the watch making division of Graff Diamonds Corporation now presents a hand-wound Minute Repeater wristwatch, also featuring a flying tourbillon. One of the most complicated repeater mechanisms in horology, the minute repeater is triggered by a sliding bolt positioned at 9 o’clock on Graff’s signature faceted bezel, with two hammers striking two gongs to sound the hours, quarter hours and minutes across a spectrum of low to high tones.
Crafted in Geneva, this exceptional timepiece is available in both non diamond and diamond-set versions, all featuring a flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock, mother-of-pearl bridges, a black crocodile strap and an open-work dial in grey or blue smoked acrylic. Bezel options include 18k rose or white gold, and the diamond setting includes 256 individual gemstones – a total of 20.07 carats – cut and hand-set by Graff’s unrivalled gem-setters.
Launched exclusively at Baselworld, The Graff Minute Repeater is the latest addition to the MasterGraff watch collection, and a new benchmark in Graff’s horological expertise.
Technical details
Movement: Hand-wound minute repeater movement; Flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock
Open-work dial
90-hour power reserve
Case: 47mm – height 14.50mm
Water resistant to 5bar
Patented deployant buckle
Total stones on diamond version: 256 (20.07cts)

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