Perpetuelle presents the highlights of Roger Dubuis’ 2014 collection as presented at SIHH 2014. Click any image or heading below for our full report with images and details and pricing where available.
Last but not least in the 2014 Roger Dubuis new release lineup is this Hommage Automatic. This is the most basic of the Roger Dubuis’ new releases, but of course nothing that Roger Dubuis does is ever really “basic”. I say basic only in comparison to the Hommage Chronograph, the Hommage Tribute to Mr. Roger Dubuis, and particularly in comparison to the truly remarkable Hommage Double Flying Tourbillon with Hand-Cut Guilloche dial (yes it is one hell of a watch). The Hommage Automatic is a 2-handed timekeeper with snailed small seconds sub at 9 o’clock. And as you can see, it is one sharp looking watch.
In my book, this is as good as it gets folks. Roger Dubuis, the only watch brand that is 100% Poinçon de Genève certified, will officially unveil this killer Hommage Double Flying Tourbillon in 2014. Of course this is not the first double tourbillon from Roger Dubuis (if you missed my hands on with the incredible $252,000 Roger Dubuis Skeleton Double Flying Tourbillon in Black Titanium take a moment now…), but it is a new aesthetic. Aside from the double touby’s in the signature Roger Dubuis style, the dial is, like the 2014 Roger Dubuis Hommage Chronograph I showed you two days ago, made of a gorgeous deep-cut guilloché (done by hand). If you prefer your watches discreet and under-the-radar, click away now! More pics on the jump
It’s no secret to Perpetuelle readers that Roger Dubuis will unveil a revamped line of Hommage timepieces at SIHH 2014. One of which is this new 42mm Hommage Chronograph in pink gold case. Another of course is the Hommage Tribute to Mr. Roger Dubuis I previewed earlier…and just wait till you get a look at the Hommage Double Flying Tourbillon, an absolute stunner. But for now, let’s stay with this Hommage Chronograph, a great looking chronograph with micro-rotor caliber in the typical bold-yet-classical Roger Dubuis style.
Watch and movement pics, on the click