La Chaux-de-Fonds

Flying Tourbillon

Schwarz-Etienne
Schwarz-Etienne

Specifications

WCF09TSE06SS01AA

Material

Stainless steel

Diameter

44 mm

Height

13.70 mm

Glass

Domed saphhire crystal with anti-reflection treatment on both sides

Water resistance

5 ATM / 50 m

 
 

Caliber

TSE 121.00

Type

Manufactured flying tourbillon with micro rotor "Irreversible" TSE 121.00

Diameter

30.40 mm (13 ¼’’’)

Height

6.35 mm

Functions

Hours, minutes

Power reserve

70 hours

Frequency

3 Hz (21'600 Alt/h)

 
 

Dial

Brass, anthracite colour with Roman figures with Super-Luminova®

Hands

Brass with rhodium treatment and Super-Luminova®

Strap

Full skin black alligator, hand-sewn with apple green alligator lining

Buckle

Folding buckle in stainless steel with Schwarz Etienne logo

 
 
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Manufacture mouvement

TSE 121.00

Diameter

30.40 mm (13 ¼’’’)

Thickness

6.35 mm

Decoration

Main plate : fine sandblasted
Mobiles (wheels): circular graining
Steel components: satin finishing and sunray
Tourbillon cage: Fold locked and circular graining
Micro-rotor: hand bevelling and micro-blasting
Screws: polished

Bridges

Hand bevelling
Fine micro-blasting

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Additional information

Schwarz-Etienne

Schwarz Etienne leather straps are manufactured by saddlers from the finest leathers. Each strap is handmade and hand stitched. An elegant and original signature, they are lined with leathers of bright colors, as are certain suits.

Schwarz-Etienne

Entirely manufactured in-house, including the hairspring, the balance wheel features an exclusive design feature. On balancing it draws the brand’s SE initials.

Schwarz-Etienne

The flying tourbillon is a skewed construction with no bridge holding the regulator. This provides an unhindered view of its mechanical processes. Entirely manufactured in-house, including the balance,hairspring and spiral, it performs a rotation per minute and oscillates at 21’600 vibrations per hour.

Schwarz-Etienne

The La Chaux-de-Fonds Tourbillon case back is engraved with a gears motif. A small circular opening around the tourbillon reveals a captivating ballet from multiple angles, lending light to these exceptional mechanics.

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