NOTHING TO HIDE. These stunning timepieces proudly showcase the intricate and scintillating movements ticking within through skeletonized dials
Hautlence Moebius in 52mm sapphire crystal case and leather strap
With several unusual features, namely a bi-axial tourbillon and a chain-link time display, Hautlence Moebius is a part of the Concepts d’Exception collection of complications. Completed with a large retrograde minutes display in the center, the chain-link hours on the left and a bi-axial tourbillon placed at six o’clock, the Moebius is surely a watch that is not meant to be hidden.
Bell & Ross
Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Dial in 45mm titanium case and woven rubber strap
To create a tribute to the Bell X-1, the first American experimental plane with a rocket engine to break the sound barrier in 1947, Bell & Ross pushed the boundaries of innovation even further by launching its fifth-generation watch. Called the BR-X1, this is not just a chronograph; its rare skeleton chronograph movement is an exceptional motor combining strength and extreme lightness.
HYT H4 NEO in 51mm titanium case and black reinforced fabric strap
Equipped with a light source—with HYT’s exclusive patented micro-fluidic module—the light from this HYT H4 NEO flows into every nook and cranny of the mechanism, literally bringing this skeleton architecture to life and defying the old standards of watchmaking.
TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 01 in 45mm steel case and rubber strap
Historically, it was under Jack Heuer’s— the great grandson of the founder of TAG Heuer—leadership that the Carrera was developed and launched back in 1963. Now, this new look TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 (still featuring a skeleton dial, as the trademark of the Heuer-01), features chrono functions in red as a nod to the world of motor racing.
Panerai Lo Scienziato Luminor 1950 tourbillon GMT in 47mm titanium case and leather strap
Dedicated to the Tuscan genius Galileo Galilei, who laid the foundations for the development of mechanical timepieces, this watch is fitted with the first Panerai tourbillon caliber in titanium with fine skeletonized bridges and plates. The Lo Scienziato Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio is limited to only 150 specimens.
Photography Haruns Maharbina
Styling Primawan Hakim
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