De Witt presents the Tourbillon Force Constante à Chaîne timepiece

There is just something about complicated timepieces that attracts watch connoisseurs and lovers. So, when De Witt debuted the Tourbillon Force Constante à Chaîne, it was no surprise to see watch lovers attracted to this timepiece like bees to honey. The timepiece finished in 18ct rose gold is truly an exemplary creation. An advanced version of the Tourbillon Force Constante that was unveiled in 2006, the Tourbillon Force Constante à Chaîne features a crown which if rotated winds the barrel-spring, thus activating the power-reserve indicator. The timepiece features three additional wheels just like the basic model, one of which ensures the gears are operated correctly while the other two wheels are placed between the motive force (barrel) and the regulator (Tourbillon) to make sure the movement remains regular now matter how taut the barrel-spring.

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The watch has a power reserve of 72 hours. The pointer acts an indicator of the power reserve. When it shifts to the red zone the power reserve is zero while when it is in the green zone it means the barrel spring is adequately wound and there is enough power reserve.
A limited edition creation that is restricted to just 99 units, this timepiece is sure to be usurped by watch lovers in a jiffy.

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