De Bethune DB28 Digitale – A 21st-century take on the Art of Horology

New Watch! • 14 Mar 2014

De Bethune DB28 Digitale – A 21st-century take on the Art of Horology

Silver-toned dial adorned with hand-guilloché barleycorn motif

The DB28 Digitale, equipped with a mechanism powering multiple display modes – digital for the jumping hours and analogue for the minutes and spherical for the moon phases – embodies a highly contemporary vision of aesthetic of 18th century fine watchmaking.

Calibre DB2144 movement with 5-days power reserve
The visual equilibrium of the dial stems from the central spherical moon of which the two polished hemispheres – one in palladium and the other in flame-blued steel – indicate the moon phases with a degree of precision corresponding to a difference of just one lunar day every 1,112 years.  The peripheral depiction of the sky is spread from 9 and 3 o’clock above the minutes disc driven by a sophisticated micro-ball bearing mechanism that also powers the digital hours display.
Transparent back reveals several patents and innovations – notably the self-regulating twin barrel
This timepiece retails at S$155,700.
For more information, please contact the following The Hour Glass boutiques:
L’Atelier at ION Orchard; #03-06        Tel:6509 9268
Malmaison at Knightsbridge; #01-01   Tel:6884 8484
More Passion at Paragon; #01-24/25   Tel:6735 6466

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