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Introducing the all-star, all-terrain Pioneer Tourbillon

Elegance meets endurance with a tour de force tourbillon set inside a rocksteady steel case waterproof to 120 meters. Accompanying you from the boardroom to the bar via the bottom of the free-dive training tank: this is your new best friend.

Cool under pressure.

The Pioneer Tourbillon is like that one friend you can trust to turn up to any event, under any conditions. Tea with the queen? He’s the toast of the town. Scuba diving in the Seychelles? He’s your dive buddy, and if your tank went bust you’d trust him with your life. The guy’s such an all-rounder, you might even introduce him to your girlfriend… [pity he’s so good looking]

Analogies aside, let’s get technical. The Pioneer Tourbillon’s rugged steel case protects its complex and sensitive core. Concordant spirals counteract gravity to offer perfect accuracy. The oscillating weight, made of solid 18-carat red gold, is skeletonized so you can admire the underlying mechanism whenever the fancy takes you. Easy maintenance is centerstage with an interchangeable “plug and play” tourbillon, and glittered luminescent dots and Superluminova® hands indicate the hours at any time of the day. Whether you’re up in the Penthouse Suite or down at the bottom of the ocean.

A long, cool, and incredibly refreshing cocktail of aesthetics and practicality. Available now.

Discover the Pioneer Tourbillon

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