Roger Dubuis – Pulsion Collection – Skeleton Flying Tourbillon in Titanium

by Admin on March 10, 2012

in Designer Watch Reviews, Exclusive Watch Reviews, Latest Reviews, Product Information, Roger Dubuis

Roger Dubuis – Pulsion Collection – Skeleton Flying Tourbillon in Titanium

New to the Roger Dubuis Collection in 2012 is this beautiful timepiece.

Transparency and delicacy are the order of the day for this Skeleton Flying Tourbillon model in the new Pulsion Collection from ROGER DUBUIS. Inspired by the world of the Venturer, the watches in this collection are distinguished by a totally unique sapphire crystal. Screwed down, it extends to the flanks of the case and serves as a bezel, while the numerals are engraved under the crystal and impregnated with luminescent material. This exceptional model’s titanium case houses a skeleton differential flying tourbillon movement.

Reliability, robustness, delicacy and transparency are combined in these new creations making up the Pulsion Collection by ROGER DUBUIS. Impregnated with the world of the Venturer, this new collection is immediately identifiable by its sapphire crystal directly screwed onto the case. This revolutionary structure enables the Arabic numerals to be engraved under the crystal and to be impregnated with luminescent material.

In addition to this obvious feature common to all the models in the Pulsion Collection, Skeleton Flying Tourbillon watch in titanium combines all the dynamism and strength expected in a watch built for action with the openly exhibited complexity of contemporary Fine Watchmaking. With alternating polished and satin-finished surfaces in its complex structure, its 44 mm diameter titanium case houses the RD505SQ calibre. Designed, perfected and produced by the ROGER DUBUIS Manufacture, this hand-wound mechanical movement with 165 parts combines two of the Genevan watchmaker’s best-known attributes: the contemporary skeleton movement and the differential flying tourbillon. Treated in anthracite to match the titanium of the case, the RD505SQ calibre beats at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations / hour (3 Hz) for a power reserve of 60 hours.

The Pulsion Skeleton Flying Tourbillon model in titanium is proposed with a black rubber strap featuring polished and satin finishings with a titanium folding buckle.

Like all models produced by the Genevan watchmaker ROGER DUBUIS, The Pulsion Skeleton Flying Tourbillon model in titanium complies with all the latest requirements for the “Poinçon de Genève”.


Technical Details

Case: 44mm, titanium / Sapphire glass screwed / Arabic numerals engraved under the glass + white SLN

Dial: Skeleton / Black flange / White ROGER DUBUIS and minute – circle transfers / White index transfers

Water resistance: 10 BAR (100 m)

Strap: Black rubber / Alternance of satin and polish finishes

Clasp: Titanium / steel adjustable folding buckle

Certifications: Poinçon de Genève – Certification COSC

RD505SQ Mechanical hand – wound movement, skeleton, 19 jewels, anthracite rhodium – plated, circular – grained plate, finely adjusted in six positions.

Specific features: Flying tourbillon at 7.30 / Hours and minutes

Number of parts: 165

Thickness: 5.70 mm

Frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 vph)

Power reserve: 60 hours

Production: No limitation



Previous post:

Next post: