Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Tourbillon Chronograph, Silver Dial - White Gold on Strap


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Ref. No. 25909BC.OO.D002CR.03
Code 11814
Movement Manual winding
Case material White gold
Bracelet material Crocodile skin
Location United States, New York, New York
Price $134,995
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Movement Manual winding
Movement/Caliber 2879
Power reserve 48 h
Number of jewels 25
Frequency 21600 A/h


Case material White gold
Case diameter 43 mm
Thickness 13.8 mm
Glass Sapphire Glass
Dial Silver
Dial numerals Roman numerals


Bracelet material Crocodile skin
Bracelet color Blue
Clasp Fold clasp
Clasp material White Gold


Chronograph, Tourbillon


Display Back, Small Seconds


Exotic - Rare - And Absolutely Breathtaking! Super Exclusive Jules Audemars Tourbillon White Gold from Audemars Piguet. The "guilloche-pattern" on the dial is a study in understated calm. A powerful & striking watch - will definitely draw attention & makes for a great conversation piece. This watch features: The big hand-wound Tourbillon with Chronograph from Audemars Piguet's Jules Audemars series is in many respects an outstanding wristwatch. The list of superlatives begins with the watchâ€s sheer size: The tourbillon itself comes in at a diameter of 10.9 millimeters – its rotating cage ranks among the largest ever produced. No other manufacture installs such large tourbillons in its wristwatches. The chronograph may look rather simple, but it embodies a degree of technical finesse thatâ€s seldom seen in comparable watches: This one is equipped with a column-wheel and a coupling-lever that support an especially precise adjustment of the chronographâ€s gear-train. A bit of technology that reduces the likelihood of the chronograph's second-hand leaping into motion with a lurch when the chronograph function is switched on to less than 5%. Other attributes likely to set new records are the extremely limited series in which this model is manufactured, Approximately 10 specimens are crafted each year! The reasons for this low number are twofold: the extreme complexity of the watch itself, of course, and, sadly, the chronic shortage of first-rate watch-makers who have amassed a sufficient number of years of training to be skilled enough to assemble such a magnificent watch. The one-minute tourbillon complication is located on the front side of the movement just above the "6." Thanks to its unusually large size, the tourbillon can be readily observed as it does its work. Every detail of the escapement, including the escape wheel and lever, comes into plain view during the interval of one revolution. A Breguet balance spring, a screw balance with adjustable poising screws for fine regulation, and a KiF Elastor shock absorber form the basis for the tourbillon. The balance oscillates at a pace of 21,600 beats per hour. The watch is wound by hand, a task made all the more enjoyable by the help of a pleasantly large crown optimally grooved so that it fits perfectly between your fingers. The power reserve lasts for approximately 48 hours, not an extraordinarily long period of time, but long enough so that you can leave the watch unworn for more than a day. On the other hand, itâ€s also quite nice that the power reserve is rather brief, because that means you can enjoy the pleasure of watching the movement and the tourbillon come back to life over and over again. Also known as: Audemars Piguet 25909BC.OO.D002CR.03. AP 25909BC.OO.D002CR.03, 25909BCOOD002CR03, 25909BC.00.D002CR.03