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Earlier this year at Baselworld, a young Swiss brand Okletey, made a credible and impressive debut with Merry Go Round, an artistically pleasing flying tourbillon that takes nature’s beauty as a source of inspiration, and uses forms, materials and nuances to great effect.

The rectangular steel case with black PVD treatment frames a silver dial, composed of a central circle with an original guilloché motif, itself surrounded by a skeletonized structure that echoes the graceful elegance of giraffes in the African savannah.

The tourbillon, which is strategically located at 6 o’clock, completes the picture. Sharing the dial is a power-reserve indicator at 9 o’clock and, at 11 o’clock, an opening that reveals the differential. Two other lines make up the collection, with an automatic chronograph and a three-hand automatic variation.

The watch features a mechanical hand-wound movement, one-minute flying tourbillon with a 100-hour power reserve. The watch case is made of 316L stainless steel, 48 mm. The timepiece features a silver skeleton dial and the watch is water-resistant to 30 meters. The watch is fitted with a bracelet or alternately a black crocodile leather strap.