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Tourbillon Skeleton

Armin Strom joins an elite group of watch manufacturers by displaying its capability to produce a tourbillon skeleton timepiece at Baselworld earlier this year. The skeletonizing of the tourbillon compounded the technical challenge for Armin Strom. Ultimately the skeletonizing enhances the movement’s mechanical artistry, with PVD colorization of the main plate emphasizing the caliber’s layered construction. Along with the constant rotation of the tourbillon, it is easy to observe the animation of the double going barrel while the watch is wound.

These Tourbillon timepieces extend the legacy of the brand’s founder, Armin Strom, who is renowned as a master skeletonizer. The ARMIN STROM Tourbillon Skeleton Collection is produced in the brand’s signature elements of Fire (18k rose gold), Water (stainless steel), Air (titanium) and Earth (black PVD coated stainless steel). It features an alligator horn-back strap as well as an alternate rubber strap.

The tourbillon skeleton fire features a manual-winding Armin Strom movement and has a ten-day power reserve. The watch is fully skeletonized and the main plate has a dark brown PVD coating. The watch has a diameter of 43.40 mm and is priced at US$ 132,000.

The mechanical artistry of its timepieces has distinguished the brand in the competitive watchmaking industry. Founded in 1967 in Burgdorf, the company became a full-scale, vertical Manufacture of watches since 2008 and has developed and produced nine in-house movements, including a micro-rotor tourbillon.

ARMIN STROM upholds the superb craftsmanship and tradition of Swiss watchmaking while pursuing technical innovation. Its collections embody how modern technology, such as machine finishing, can enhance the performance and artistry of a fine timepiece. By always exposing the movement in some way, ARMIN STROM exalts the essence of horological excellence.
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