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Christophe Claret DualTow Night Eagle

March 17, 2010


A jewel of a watch complication, the DualTow is an amalgam of Christophe Claret innovation, savoir-faire and excellence. Launched in 2009 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Manufacture, it has made a deep and permanent impression, as much for its powerful design as for its technical inventiveness. This year, the DualTow has returned in an all black version that is more bewitching than ever. Elegant and very subtle, its face is designed in such a way that the remarkable movement can be admired more fully. Its slim silhouette with its angular tinted horns and sapphire bridges reveals a single-pusher planetary-gear chronograph with a striking mechanism and tourbillon. Its name: NightEagle. The DualTow collection will eventually comprise 68 unique models.


Technical Specifications

Hand-wound, CC20A calibre, single-pusher planetary-gear chronograph with a striking mechanism and tourbillon, 574 components, 65 jewels and 8 ball bearings, double parallel barrels, 3 Hz, 21,600 vib/h, tourbillon rotates once a minute, approximately 60-hour power reserve

Hours, minutes, seconds, planetary-gear chronograph with mechanical striking mechanism that chimes for each change of chronograph function (start, stop, reset), indicators for power reserve and chronograph operating mode

Black PVD titanium, rectangular and convex, 42.75 x 48.2 x 15.85 mm
Special ergonomic glasses
Mobile horns
Flange with ceramic chronograph hourmarkers
Dynamometric crown

Comprises 3 tinted sapphire crystals, with the first serving as a bridge for the chronograph counters
Hour and minute displays on rubber belts
Small seconds on tourbillon at 6 o'clock
12-hour, 60-minute and 60-second counters

Crocodile, galuchat or rubber-feel leather with three-blade adjustable folding clasp

Retail $150,000+

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