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The hair-raising Moritz Grossmann Benu Tourbillon

Taking a grand stand

The traditional approach by Moritz Grossmann on this white gold piece carries a decidedly organic mechanical feature. The Benu Tourbillon (RM816,500), with several patents pending, employs strands of hair — from founder and CEO Christine Hutter no less —  arranged on a brush as a gentle stop-second. Limited to 50 pieces globally, the flying tourbillon cuts through the 6 o’clock, with the minutes indicated on both the inner bezel as well as a novel bridge in the centre of the dial. 

Moritz Grossmann

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Published September 9, 2016
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