Presented by Kerbedanz – The two patents granted to KERBEDANZ for its Maximus timepiece, which already holds the title of the world’s largest Tourbillon, demonstrate that this micromechanical masterpiece is completely in keeping with the history of chronometry.
Magnitude and Measurement of Time
Since its launch, it has been difficult to avoid the media hype surrounding Maximus, this Kerbedanz masterpiece embodying complicated watchmaking excellence that has not compromised on extraordinary chronometric performance. Reliable and highly precise, this timepiece is in itself the epitome of a well-managed challenge, an amazing micromechanical feat.
Excellence and Innovation
The Kerbedanz Maximus Tourbillon is powered by the KRB-08 caliber, with its giant central flying tourbillon, featuring a straight-line lever escapement and a 27mm diameter cage. The timepiece is running at a frequency of 2.5 Hertz and its power reserve, which is displayed in a separate indicator, offers an autonomy of 54 hours.
The 415 components movement is a testimony of the excellence and complexity of this timepiece. A new energy generator system pairing 4 barrels and an innovative regulator-assembly mechanism are the two patented innovations that add to the outstanding quality of the Maximus model by Kerbedanz. A piece recognizable by its domed sapphire crystal protecting the world’s largest Tourbillon mechanism in a wristwatch.
The Winding Ritual
Beyond the accomplished aesthetics signed Kerbedanz, the case back unveil its ultra-complex caliber through a sapphire crystal glass and a sort of mechanical star. This is the manual winding system, which must be held with two fingers and rotated to wind up the four barrels simultaneously through a central planetary gear. A subtle ritual that is particularly impressive for aficionados, especially since it is accompanied by a very pleasant clicking sound.
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