Introducing The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monobalancier Titanium Watch

Lightweight armor for modern-day round tables.


The Excalibur line has been a cornerstone for Roger Dubuis since its inception in 2005, taking inspiration from the Arthurian legend. The Monobalancier is the latest addition to the collection, featuring a powerful and lightweight full titanium case that measures 42mm in diameter and is water-resistant to 100m.

The exquisitely skeletonized dial of the Excalibur Monobalancier has a signature five-armed NAC-coated star on the right side, polished gray triangular-shaped hour markers with Super-LumiNova, and satin-brushed white gold hour and minute hands with Super-LumiNova tips. The skeletonized micro-rotor has been designed to minimize vibrations, and the new gear train and escapement optimization ensures optimal precision.

The watch’s movement is an in-house automatic Calibre RD720SQ, which features a star-shaped bridge and endless vistas. It is finished by hand, and every single component is meticulously crafted. The movement has a power reserve of 72 hours and is adorned with shot-blasted, NAC-coated, and trued-up finishings.

The titanium bracelet has a triple-folding buckle. It is equipped with a quick-release system, and the central lug that appears on other Excalibur MB cases is now echoed on the titanium bracelet links. The watch retails for EUR 71,000 (incl. taxes) / USD 66,500 (excl. taxes) and is the first all-titanium version in the Excalibur Monobalancier collection.