Luxury Swiss maison Roger Dubuis celebrates UAE’s 47th national day with a dedicated limited edition timepiece as it joins the people of the United Arab Emirates in celebrating their National Day. Roger Dubuis, the pioneer of contemporary skeleton calibers, introduces an exclusive UAE Limited Edition Excalibur Spider Skeleton, dedicated to the people and leadership of the nation.
Issued in only 28 pieces, the UAE Limited Edition is decked out in the red, green, white and black colors of the UAE flag and features the in-house movement RD820SQ, a demonstration of the Manufacture’s expertise of architectural and technical mechanics, stamped with the prestigious Poinçon de Genève.
The automatic movement is highlighted by the astral skeleton structure and the micro‑rotor, offering a spectacular view on the mechanism. Not only aesthetics, the micro‑rotor offers a winding ratio as good as the best single‑direction big oscillating weight.
This exceptional edition has been personalized with the mark of all Roger Dubuis contemporary skeleton movements: the black skeleton dial, the star-shaped bridge and rhodium plated indexes filled with white luminous SLN. The green strap is adorned with red stitching, all details proudly representing the national colors of the UAE flag.
The timepiece honors the spirit of the United Arab Emirates, a nation that has already accomplished amazing achievements; thanks to its visionary leaders, inspiring generations of successful citizens. The Roger Dubuis Excalibur UAE Limited Edition is a tribute to this mind-set.
Roger Dubuis has been at the forefront of contemporary Haute Horlogerie since 1995. Its audacious creations, firmly anchored in the 21st century, embody substantial expertise expressed through the finest watchmaking mechanisms combined with powerful and daring designs. Boldness and extravagance are the brand’s signatures, and determination its driving force.
The Roger Dubuis Excalibur and Velvet collections are distributed worldwide through an exclusive sales network and boutiques. The quest for excellence, the long search for the right gesture, as well as the development of unique skills are all defining characteristics of the Geneva-based Swiss Maison.