Toybox: Double tourbillon watches
Graff - MasterGraff Double Tourbillon GMT This 48mm timepiece is the latest addition to the MasterGraff collection. The case and dial are encrusted with diamonds, with 12 emeralds serving as the numbers. It has two self-winding tourbillons - one acts as a seconds indicator and powers the GMT indicator at nine o'clock, while the other drives the central hours and minutes display. A limited edition of 10 pieces in both white and rose gold. Inquiries: 2735 7555
Roger Dubuis - Excalibur Manual Double Flying Tourbillon It's been five years since the watchmaker launched its Excalibur collection and this timepiece (HK$2.43 million) showcases the brand's mechanical know-how. The 45mm platinum case houses a double flying tourbillon on its grey rhodium-plated dial and jumping hour and retrograde minute indications. The irregular black Roman numerals add a cool touch. Only 28 pieces have been produced.
Tag Heuer - The MikrotourbillonS
It is the first timepiece featuring a tourbillon - to be precise, a double tourbillon - from the brand. The fluted dial is hollowed on the left to house the two rotating tourbillon, which are responsible for time telling and timekeeping. A crown at 3 o'clock winds the watch and the chronograph, which is activated by the two pushes and indicated by the minute counter at three o'clock and the seconds counter at six o'clock. Inquiries: 2104 7322