Tourbillon of tourbillons

awards_en   Watchmakers are continually striving to perfect the tourbillon, notably by improving its rotation system. The tourbillon is a remarkable technical accomplishment – and a ‘visible’ complication that never ceases to fascinate. This tiny cage, revolving like a planet (in the 18th century, the word ‘tourbillon’ referred to the movement of the stars), also enables the dial to feature a host of geometric and transparent effects.   The new timepiece was conceived, designed and produced by Antoine Preziuso in collaboration with his son Florian. It combines rigour with technical perfection, and is protected by three international patents.   It has been the focus of the reflection and research undertaken by Antoine & Florian Preziuso in recent years. The result: the new Tourbillon of Tourbillons, showcasing a complication that embodies a savoir-faire derived from 35 years of independent watchmaking.   The genius of the design lies in its three tourbillons on a revolving plate, whose combined effect is to grant the watch greater precision whatever the wearer’s position.  
Movement and functions:
Caliber Antoine Preziuso: AFP-TTR-3X
Mechanical movment with manual winding
Hours and minutes indicator
Hand made decoration
International patents
Dimensions: 39.80mm.
Total height:   10.80mm
Stones: 65rubies
Ball bearing: 6
Motor organ: Double serial barrels
Regulator organs of transmission: planetary triple-differential gear
Regulator organ of frequency: 3 tourbillons « planetary satellite »
Frequency: 3X 21'600Ah (3Hz)
Rotating speed of the tourbillon carriage: 1t/min
Rotating speed of the revolving plate: 1t/10min.;
Power reserve: min. 48h
Case: Combination of Steel – Gold 18kt and Titanium Gr5
Dimension: 45 mm diameter- 14 mm thick
details: Bezels screwed on to the middle via 8 lateral gold pillars and 24 “Power”screws in titanium.
Strap: Crocodile leather front and back