Roger Dubuis – Excalibur Lady

Making its debut in 2011 is the Excalibur Lady line with a model in several versions, for women only. This elegant and seductive watch catches the eye with distinctive dials, in pure Roger Dubuis style, and incorporates mechanical movements which have been developed by the Manufacture, each hallmarked with the prestigious Poinçon de Genève.

Combining force with subtle sophistication, these 36 mm diameter models are proposed in steel, white gold or rose gold, with or without diamonds. In addition to the characteristic indented bezel and triple lugs of the Excalibur collection, this new lady’s version adopts an elegant dial, circled with stunningly tapered Roman numerals. Stretched to infinity, and an integral part of the brand’s DNA, these Roman numerals are magnificently set against the satin sunburst dial. The rose gold case, which is water-resistant to 3 BAR (30 metres), is framed by a bezel paved with 48 diamonds (approx. 0.99 carats).

The power of seduction of the Excalibur Lady watch goes beyond its beauty. Its RD821 self-winding mechanical movement meets the exacting criteria of Fine Watchmaking. Hallmarked with the prestigious Poinçon de Genève, it has also been awarded COSC chronometer certification by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres.

Movement – Calibre RD821. Self-winding mechanical movement, 11½’’’, 33 jewels, finely adjusted in five positions, rhodium-plated, “Côtes de Genève” decoration. Poinçon de Genève. COSC certification. Number of parts – 168. Height – 3.43 mm. Frequency – 4 Hz (28,800 vph). Power reserve – 48 hours.

Functions – Hours and minutes, small seconds at 6 o’clock (optional).

Case – Round, 36mm, pink gold. 48 diamonds on the bezel.

Carats – 0.99 on the bezel.

Dial – Rhodium-plated satin sunburst. Black transferred Roman numerals, small seconds at 6 o’clock. Rhodium-plated satin sunburst. Pink gold ring, black transfer.

Water resistance – 3 BAR (30 m).

Strap – Grey satin-finish fabric.

Clasp – White gold adjustable folding buckle.

Source: Roger Dubuis

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