Some of the most highly engineered, unique luxury watches in the world are featured here on JZandF.com. We have the privilege to experience these masterpieces on a daily basis, and love sharing this with our fans and customers. A handful of the high-end timepieces on JZandF.com are manufactured with a tourbillon feature.
A tourbillon is a historic complication in extremely high quality timepieces. It is a feature that improves the precision of the watch, in order to keep the most accurate time possible. Each of the following luxury tourbillon watch styles are exceptional examples of watchmaking.
Frederique Constant Men’s Watch
As one of a very limited edition release of only 188 timepieces, this 18K rose gold moon phase watch from Frederique Constant is a truly special item. The automatic movement has a manufacture caliber of FC-980 in addition to the tourbillon complication. A display back allows insight to the incredible inner workings of this beautiful luxury tourbillon watch. Enclosed in an 18K rose gold bezel and case, with sapphire crystal glass and a black crocodile leather strap, it has classical appeal in its design. Blued steel hands and elegant Roman numerals are featured on the silver, hand-guilloche dial, which is partially skeletonized for added interest.
Osmior Tourbillon Chronometer Watch by Leroy
The House of Leroy is one of the most notable watchmakers in the world, and one of the oldest as well. The Osmior Tourbillon Chronometer watch in black and 18K rose gold meets the high standard of manufacturing that we have come to know with Leroy; it was the winner of the International Chronometry Competition in 2013. This particular timepiece has an automatic movement and a Besancon-certified chronometer in addition to the tourbillon. The case and bezel are 18K rose gold, with a black guilloche dial, rose gold hands, sapphire crystal glass, and a black crocodile leather strap. It has a very traditional look, heightened by a bit of contemporary appeal.
GMT II Tourbillon Watch from Arnold and Son
Rarity is certainly an allure with Arnold and Son’s GMT II Tourbillon timepiece, of which only ten were made. Its movement features an old-school manual winding mechanism, tourbillon, and ability to track small seconds. With a mix of modern sleekness and classical styling, this timepiece is an incredible testament to the craftsmanship of Arnold and Son’s watchmaking. This luxury watch has an 18K white gold case and bezel, a display back with sapphire crystal glass, and a hand guilloche, multi-layered semi-skeletonized silver dial.