Rebellion Weap One Asymmetrical Tourbillon
- Case: 40mm x 25mm
- Material: Titanium
- Crystal: Sapphire
- Condition: New
- Power Reserve: 50 hours
- Jewels: 67 jewels + 10 ball bearings
- Strap: Folding Clasp
- Set: Complete box & papers
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Manufacturer warranty available plus 1 year Haute Luxury Watches
Founded by an industrialist passionate about watchmaking, high technology and car racing, Rebellion Timepieces has condensed the best of these three worlds. No compromise on design - combining great complexity with unique personality. No compromise on materials - titanium, carbon, gold, steel-ceramic and sapphire - all pushed to their very limits. No compromise on cases and elements, produced on high precision five-axis CNC machinery. This unyielding and passionate pursuit for perfection wins every time: each Rebellion timepiece is a mechanical wonder that offers extraordinary performance.
REBELLION RACING: On the world’s circuits, the same spirit of rebellion
Rebellion Racing is the sister of Rebellion Timepieces. A Swiss racing team born from the same spirit of passion and independence. And buoyed by the same pursuit for mechanical perfection and exceptional performance. In the ruthless world of endurance racing, Rebellion Racing is the only private team to have rivalled works teams (Toyota, Audi, Peugeot) these last three years. The one and only. That says it all.
Free from traditional restrictions of form and use, REBELLION’s newest timepiece, the Rebellion Weap One Asymmetrical Tourbillon literally breaks the mold. Worn on the body or displayed on a dashboard, this piece of mechanical art is uninhibited by existing rules. Suspended between the hour and minute rollers, an asymmetrical, 60-second flying tourbillon rotates on multiple axes. This novel and innovative feature enables the tourbillon to defy earth’s gravitational pull from all sides. Completed with two wheel nuts, this magnificent piece is truly revolutionary and unique.
Inspired by race car suspensions, this exclusive manufacture movement, developed in collaboration with Concepto, is housed in a detachable tube so it can easily become a miniature table clock. To facilitate handling, this technical prowess has an armature comprised of two push-pieces located on the titanium chassis.
The hour is displayed on the left and the minutes on the right, while the tourbillon is skillfully suspended between two platinum plates which rotate in opposite directions and at different speeds. Several speed differentials cause the flying tourbillon to rotate on multiple axes, rendering this manual engine extremely resistant to Earth’s gravitational pull.
A series of accessories will soon be available to multiply the uses of this timepiece, allowing it to become either a desktop clock, a car clock, or a pocket watch.