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PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 09 November, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 09 November, 2011, 12:00am


1. Cartier

Pasha de Cartier Skeleton Flying Tourbillon

Powered by Cartier's new Calibre 9457 MC, which has a specially developed flying tourbillon escapement, the Pasha features skeletonised bridges in the shape of Arabic numerals.

2. Franck Muller

Giga Tourbillon

Designed with an oversize tourbillon and four barrels instead of the traditional one or two, this exceptional timepiece is designed to be admired.

3. Graff

MasterGraff Skeleton Limited Edition

The brand's first skeletonised tourbillon watch is a feat of technical expertise with its pared-down inner workings and diamond-encrusted case. Production is limited to 10 pieces each in rose and white gold.

4. Jaeger-LeCoultre

Reverso Gyrotourbillon 2

The limited-edition version of Jaeger-LeCoultre's famed self-protecting timepiece showcases a sophisticated spherical tourbillon and the first cylindrical balance-spring to be used in a wristwatch.

5. Chronoswiss

Grand Opus Chronograph DLC

With a diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating on the stainless steel case and red and white lacquered hands, the Grand Opus offers a sportier take on the traditional skeletonised movement.

6. Parmigiani

Pershing Tourbillon 005 Skeleton

Developed in partnership with Italian yacht manufacturer Pershing, this rare tourbillon model is crafted entirely in Parmigiani's own workshops. A special colour treatment accentuates the open movement.