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By Chris | February 14 2013
The Manufacture joins the highly exclusive club of horologers that develop and produce their own tourbillon movements.
The tourbillon of the new ATC11 caliber is distinguished by a lever worked in 18ct white gold and an assembly that places the balance wheel and seconds pinion on the same axis. A hallmark of the Tourbillon Collection is the exposed, intricate inner mechanics. The brand has promoted modern forms of skeletonising, with designs integrated from the early stages of the caliber before being entirely crafted by hand in the Manufacture. The ARMIN Tourbillon Collection, based on the elements Earth, Fire, Water and Air pays testament to the Manufacture’s full spectrum of watchmaking skills.
ARMIN STROM caliber ATC11
Manual-winding, Tourbillon, double spring barrels, 10-days power reserve, small seconds and decentered time indications
Frequency: 18’000 A/h
Number of components: 184
Sapphire crystal and case back with anti-reflective treatment
Total height: 13.00mm
White with founded appliquesHands
Delivered with a genuine dark blue alligator horn-back strap and double-fold clasp in stainless steel as well as an additional dark blue rubber strap
Limited to 50 pieces