I definitely would love to take this watch to bed with me to snuggle, but Tourbillograph? What the heck is that?
Well it’s clearly a chrono with a tourbillon in there, but why the new name? Call it tourbillon chronograph, maybe? Why invent a word? Anyway, Graham is selling this one with a column wheel chrono (we’ll talk about what that means in a later post) with a tourbillon. It’s got enough high-end finishing and material to choke a horse and the price is pretty hefty: 44’850 Swiss Fracs which is (not kidding) $52,066. The $66 is for shipping.
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