Cabestan Trapezium watch is named after the shape of its dial

When you hear of a watch named Cabestan Trapezium, you expect a watch with a trapezium shaped dial face. Well, it actually is, but not the way you imagined first. It’s actually a vertical trapezium, instead of a horizontal one. Thanks to its unique design, Winch Tourbillon Vertical movement can be viewed from all angles. You need to pull out the two crowns placed on either on either side of the case that can help you in winding the watch, and set time. Visually stunning, the pricing is expected to be around 240,000 Swiss Francs ($255,765).

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