Fan Muller Giga Round Skeleton Tourbillon Watch

Giga round skeleton tourbillon watch FM 2100 manual movement / 9 day power reserve / 18K rose gold material / diameter 49mm / off-centre, minute hand / 12 o’clock power reserve display / 6 o’clock Tourbillon / sapphire crystal, case back / black alligator strap / waterproof 30 meters
The Giga Tourbillon watch is a tribute by Franck Muller to the minimalist tourbillon art. Frank Muller, who had climbed the peak of the tourbillon process step by step in the past few years, suddenly announced this in 2011 A work with a bit of ‘return to its true meaning’, although compared with the brand’s Revolution and Evolution and other works on a completely opposite style, but its exquisite hollow structure and the large tourbillon at 6 o’clock The Giga Tourbillon watch has attracted the attention of the previous work.
W.P.H.H this year. On the other hand, Frank Muller launched a derivative style for the Giga Tourbillon watch-the Giga round skeleton tourbillon watch, which once again set off a wave of love for watch lovers. However, if you don’t look at the tourbillon first, and just explore the hollow-out craftsmanship of this watch, you can discover a lot of wonderful things. In order to create a transparent visual effect, Frank Muller hollowed out a large area of ​​the movement splint, and carved a slim line with beautiful lines to support the entire structure; but in order not to affect the normal operation of the watch, the layout and appearance of the movement required Designing and adjusting in advance is no more complicated than remaking a movement. It is not difficult to observe the structure of the movement carefully. The FM2100 manual movement is different from the ordinary movement. The layout of parts and mechanisms has been reversed. For example, the winding and timing mechanism of the watch has been moved to the back of the movement. The hour hand indicating the time is set on the minute hand, and the entire hand is eccentrically set to make room for the tourbillon … Various adjustments are made to make it easier for the wearer to see the movement of the movement.