Minute Repeater Tourbillon

    This timepiece unites of two of the most prestigious, complex mechanisms: the minute repeater and the tourbillon. Inside Information: By adjusting and poising each gong according to the watch, it takes AP watchmakers three weeks just to regulate the minute-repeater mechanism. Because of this, each watch is unique and bears the imprint of the person who adjusted it.

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