Ekso Watches Gallery Dare to be exceptional

Although renowned for its top-name collections, one designer was missing from this Parisian gallery’s stunning line-up: Antoine Preziuso. Now the watchmaker’s latest timepiece, the Tourbillon of Tourbillons, a feat of technical wizardry, has been given the showcase it deserves.

Possessing the power to hypnotize admirers of beautiful mechanisms, the tourbillon often wins hands down when it comes to complications. The latest model from Antoine Preziuso, now on display at the Ekso Watches Gallery founded by Ekaterina Sotnikova, is bound to keep them spellbound because rather than having just one tourbillon, it has three. To pull off this amazing feat, Preziuso was aided by his son Florian – also a specialist in the field. Together they conceived, designed and produced this rigorous design, protected by three international patents. Their Tourbillon of Tourbillons is exactly what we’ve come to expect from this master watchmaker who, over the last 35 years, has become a byword for independent design and constant innovation. The genius of this prestigious timepiece lies in its three tourbillons on a revolving plate, whose combined effect is to deliver an extremely high level of accuracy whatever the wearer’s position. Each of the three tourbillons completes one rotation around its axis every 60 seconds; the revolving plate, driven by an original planetary triple-differential gear, takes just 10 minutes to complete a revolution with the three tourbillons around the dial. The frequencies of the three balances keep step with each other to guarantee the same precision as an observatory chronometer. Available in a limited edition of five, the model presented at Ekso is a “Power GTS” version with a gold, titanium and steel case.

Ekso Watches Gallery

5 Rue Magellan, 75008, Paris Phone : +33 (0)6 18 49 27 12
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