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Dead Beat Tourbillon 1DBAP.S01A.C38Q
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Arnold & Son Dead Beat Tourbillon 1DBAP.S01A.C38Q

  • BrandArnold & Son
  • SeriesOlder Models
  • Reference Number1DBAP.S01A.C38Q
  • Retail PriceList Not Available
  • AvailabilityDiscontinued
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Condition:
Unworn**
Case Size:
46.4 mm
Also Known As:
1DBAPS01AC38Q
Gender:
Gents
Movement:
Manual Wind
Functions:
Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Tourbillon
Power Reserve:
80 Hours
:
A1765
Case Materials:
18K Rose Gold
Case Back:
Transparent (See-Through)
Dial Color:
Grey
Band Type:
Leather
Clasp Type:
Deployment
Signatures:
Arnold & Son
Included Items:
Manufacturer's Box and Papers
Description:
Limited to 25 pieces. This remarkable time instrument is as ingenious as atypical. The great innovation of the imposing Dead Beat is the combination of the advanced technique of a tourbillon with a unique dead beat central grand second. This revolutionary characteristic enables precision in time reading as it was used by John Arnold and Royal Navy navigators. Water resistant to 50 meters.

The dead beat mechanism held by a central bridge in a distinctive Celtic Axe shape is a pure English style construction reflecting a deep concern for British heritage perpetuation.
Dial: Full gold dial with gold indexes Case: 46.50 mm - diameter
Water-resistant to 100 feet (30 m.)
One minute Tourbillon - 80 hours power reserve
Unique dead beat central Grand second
Unique “dead beat balance system” visible on the back
Pure English styled movement developed exclusively for Arnold and Son by Manufacture La Joux-Perret
Tourbillon cage with three fixations
Moving dead beat lever in an axe shape.
See-through back showing dead beat mechanism

Adding a tourbillon makes the link between Arnold’s initiatory skills and modern times technique. This tourbillon is a remarkable tribute to John Arnold’s former achievement especially his famous marine chronometer.