Architect of cutting-edge timepieces Roger Dubuis is renowned for its penchant for pushing technological and aesthetic limits to breaking point. This unleashed creativity inevitably shatters all known codes, unfailingly bringing disruptive design to highly technical timepieces designed for an exclusive tribe in search of extremes and nurturing a desire to stand out.

This year, Roger Dubuis pushes the watchmaking dimension to new extremes, skilfully mastering the use of daring materials such as carbon. Drawing inspiration from other industries such as technologies and art, the result is a series of boundary-breaking timepieces in terms of aesthetics and technology, designed for connoisseurs of exceptional objects. Hot off the Roger Dubuis R&D pipeline, fans of avantgarde watchmaking can thus look forward to the introduction of the innovative ultralight Excalibur Spider Carbon3.

Supreme lightness met optimal durability. For the first time, Roger Dubuis has created a timepiece offering a full carbon structure. From the case to the calibre via the bracelet, the Excalibur Spider Carbon3 is mainly made of multi-layer carbon. This mechanical prowess, playing with the many constraints of carbon in such thin dimensions, enables even further weight reduction. Light and comfortable, the Excalibur Spider Carbon3clocks in at an astounding 81 grams. In a paradox of the kind so dear to Roger Dubuis’ complex heart, the Excalibur Spider Carbon3 also features another heavy complication and emblem of Roger Dubuis’ haute horlogerie mastery: the skeleton flying tourbillon. Taking this difficult sleight of the Maison’s expertise to the next level, the all-important upper cage of this not-to-be-missed opus is also made of carbon. The model has Poinçon de Genève certified. Superlight and super comfortable while making its massive.