Virtuoso VIII Tourbillon by Bovet 1822
In this video report, we uncover the Virtuoso VIII flying tourbillon presented by Bovet 1822 and this timepiece is yet another great example of what fine watchmaking is all about.
Not only does this timepiece pay a vibrant homage to classical watchmaking with for instance an incredible demonstration of engraving savoir-faire, but it also holds some innovative technical solutions. Energy consumption has been heavily studied and optimised, which enables them to reach on incredible +10 days of power reserve with a single barrel!
This timepiece is limited and comes in rose or white gold, but special platinum versions can be made upon request. Nevertheless this will not change the total number of Virtuoso VIII produced, as the brand limits its timepieces by the number of movement manufactured.
This video report was shot both in Geneva and in Tramelan, in the Canton of the Jura: