The development of De Bethune’s latest timepiece took over two years, and the result is a tourbillon constructed from silicon and titanium that they claim to be the lightest in the world. Nanotechnology and high speed 5-axis machining produce a tourbillon that weighs only 0.18 grams, nearly four times lighter that a traditionally constructed piece. The movement is comprised of 298 pieces and is assembled by hand. A platinum case and black alligator strap add a dose of style to the technologically advanced timepiece.
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