Roger Dubuis – Commemorating The 125th Anniversary Of The Geneva Seal Of Geneva Seal

In commemoration of the 125th anniversary of Geneva Seal this year, watch maker ROGER DUBUIS launched a limited edition single-button flying tourbillon chronograph. This outstanding watch will not only be the first Roger Dubuis model to comply with the newly revised Geneva Seal Geneva Seal standard, it also highlights that Roger Dubuis is currently the only Geneva Seal whose full line of movements represents the excellence of traditional watchmaking. The world’s top watch factory imprinted in Geneva.
Geneva Seal, which has always been regarded as the symbol of Switzerland’s top watchmaking, marks its 125th anniversary this year. Roger Dubuis launched the Excalibur single-button flying tourbillon power reserve display chronograph at this important moment in the top watch industry.

Equipped with the new RD580 movement, with a limited production of 8, this outstanding watch will be the brand’s first watch that meets the new and more stringent requirements of the Geneva Seal Standard. There is no doubt that this marks the beginning of a new era in the history of the ROGER DUBUIS and Geneva Seal Geneva Seals: Since 2012, Roger Dubuis’ new watches will meet the newly revised Geneva Seal Standard.
The Excalibur series is known for its superior technology and powerful design. The new limited edition single-button flying tourbillon chronograph, with a 45 mm diameter rose gold case, is the perfect embodiment of the avant-garde spirit of the Geneva watchmaker.
In addition to the flying tourbillon at 9 o’clock, a power reserve display is set at twelve o’clock, the forty-five minute timer at the three o’clock is the chronograph, and six o’clock is the new Roger Dubuis in platinum. The miniature automatic rotor is made visible from the side of the watch dial. In particular, the two automatic rotors clearly reveal the Geneva Seal of the Geneva Seal-which is usually cast only on the movement-the two automatic rotors on the front and back are engraved with the words ‘125 years’. In particular, the Seal imprint is allowed to be displayed on the micro-rotor equipped with this new movement, emphasizing the important status and major changes of the 125th anniversary of Geneva Seal.
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