Luxury timepieces with extraordinary meteorite dials have developed into and escalated throughout the horologe industry. With this ever-increasing advancement in meteorite dialed timepieces, De Bethune took the initiative to further evolve its appearance for their latest unveiling, however this is not a first for them in working with materials such as the meteorite dial. A little over a year ago, the brand revealed a revised, exclusive version of the Dream Watch 5 (priced at $446,000), which its case was solely made from a vivid-vilolet meteorite. But for their latest variant of the meteorite dial, they chose to take a bold step with the use of their adamant meteorite (procured from a space rock initially discovered in Santiago del Estero, Argentina) in a somewhat atypical manner to augment the new DB28 Kind of Blue Tourbillon Meteorite.
The DB28 model has been through an extensive amount of variations and in an assortment of options to chose from over the recent years, and this new ultimate Kind of Blue Tourbillon Meteorite stands above the rest as a true masterpiece of its line. The timepiece utilizes De Bethune’s mechanized DB2019v3 30-second tourbillon caliber as it’s main power source, and once the piece is fully wound it has a power reserve of five days (120 hours). This out-of-the-world kind of watch is available with a retail price of $278,000.
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