5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

In skeleton watches, the watchmaker strips the watch’s dial and/or movement to their bare essentials, revealing as much of the watch’s interior as possible. For watch aficonados who love the technical “openwork” artistry that goes into skeleton watchmaking, these timepieces give them a detailed look at a watch’s inner workings. Below we take a look at 5 skeleton Best  watches Online introduced in recent years.

Blancpain Villeret Squelette 8 Jours

5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

The Blancpain Squelette 8 Jours (Ref. 6633-1500-55B), from the brand’s elegant Villeret collection, offers one of the most intricately executed openworked movements on the market. The manufacture movement on display through the front and back sapphire crystals is the manual-wind Calibre 1333SQ, which is equipped with a titanium balance, a Breguet balance spring, and three series-coupled barrels that provide the timepiece an impressive eight-day (“8 Jours” en Francais) power reserve. Click here for more details on the Blancpain Squelette 8 Jours.

Chronoswiss Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton

5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

At Baselworld 2014, Chronoswiss released, for the first time ever, a skeletonized version of its sporty Chronoswiss Timemaster Chronograph, which allows wearers an unencumbered view of the watch’s filigreed and decorated automatic movement and offers two different dials, both surrounded by robust, DLC-coated bezels. Both versions of the Chronoswiss Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton have stainless steel cases (44 mm in diameter and 15.3 mm thick) with bezels made of polished, black DLC. For more details on this watch, click here.

Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Squelette

5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

Maurice Lacroix added the Masterpiece Squelette Torque to its Masterpiece collection this year. This skeleton watch has a 43-mm stainless steel case with a domed sapphire crystal to show off the skeletonized Caliber ML 134. which features automatic winding and as 45-hour power reserve. The bridges, disks, and wheels are on full display; the bridges are treated with tantalum or gold-colored PVD and coated with a satin finish. The main bridge is decorated with Maurice Lacroix’s familiar “Grand Colima?on” finish and sandblasted.

Piaget Altiplano 38mm Only Watch 2013 Skeleton 1200S

5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

Made for the Only Watch 2013 charity auction, this Piaget watch shattered another record for thinness, a skill for which this brand is well-known. The watch contains in-house Caliber 1200S, the world’s thinnest automatic openworked movement (2.40 mm thick). In this unique piece, Piaget has treated both the movement and the 18k white-gold case with a black PVD finish. The watch, with a case measuring only 5.34 mm thick, is the most slender in the world equipped with an automatic skeletonized movement.

Roger Dubuis Excalibur 42 Skeleton

5 Interesting Skeleton Watches

Roger Dubuis introduced a watch combining a skeletonized movement with a flying tourbillon. The Roger Dubuis Excalibur 42 Skeleton Tourbillon, which houses a skeleton tourbillon, features 165 components and is powered by the RD505SQ caliber. The white gold version (seen here) retails for $164,500, while the rose gold version retails for $153,500.

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