Introducing The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Monotourbillon Dragon Watch (Live Pics)

A symbol of strength and prestige is encompassed in this luxurious timepiece.


Roger Dubuis unveils a new interpretation of the dragon motif in the Excalibur Monotourbillon Dragon (DBEX1111), a timepiece that celebrates the mythical creature’s strength and majesty.

The 42mm x 12.62mm case is crafted from 18K pink gold with brushed and polished finish and has a notched bezel. The sapphire crystal on both the front and back offers a clear view of the intricate mechanics within. A subtle dragon etched onto the underside of the caseback is a subtle nod to the year it was created for.

A pink gold-toned brass bezel frames the skeletonized dial. Super-LumiNova indexes and openworked pink gold hands offer clear timekeeping, while the star of the show is the flying tourbillon at 7 o’clock, accompanied by a stunning 27-piece brass dragon motif.

The hand-wound Caliber RD512SQ boasts a 72-hour power reserve and drives the skeletonized flying tourbillon. This tourbillon utilizes a lightweight titanium and cobalt chrome cage, ensuring exceptional performance and meeting the Hallmark of Geneva’s strict quality standards.

A black calfskin strap with a pink gold clasp finalizes the luxurious look. This timepiece is limited to only 28 pieces, priced at CHF 195,000 (excluding tax).