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Roger Dubuis Lamborghini Squadra Corse Excalibur Aventador S watches, inspired by the five elements. Japan limited edition
May 31, 2018

Five elements rule for the Raging Mechanics Japan launch

In 2018, Roger Dubuis celebrates the official Japanese launch of the “Powered by Raging Mechanics” partnership between the incredible Geneva watchmaker and iconic super car manufacturer Lamborghini Squadra Corse.

Blue Aventador S

Fusion takes on a whole new meaning

In 2018, Roger Dubuis joins with Lamborghini Squadra Corse in celebrating Japanese culture and its key values of respect and strength through the introduction of five spectacular watches likewise inspired by the five elements (water, earth, wind, fire and sky). Taking place from June 1st to 3rd 2018, the typically atypical blast-off for this explosive limited series is being staged in Tokyo’s underground Terrada Space, a venue in stark contrast to the sleek design of the Lamborghini Squadra Corse and the Excalibur Aventador S timepieces themselves.
Red Aventador S

The spirit of five unique cars reincarnated in five outstanding collectors’ timepieces

Inspired by the Lamborghini’s 2017 rapprochement with Japanese culture that led to the launch of a unique one-off roadster, the incredible watchmaker takes up the most recent challenge posed by visionary engineers and pays tribute to the five natural elements in Nihon culture with a unique limited-edition series of the partnership’s Excalibur Aventador S watch. The robust 45 mm C-SMC carbon cases of each model feature design cues drawn from Japanese culture and the inspiration it also provided to Roger Dubuis’ Raging Mechanics partner.
Aventador S
Jun 28, 2018

A blistering acceleration at SIHH 2018

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An automatic timepiece is a mechanical watch set with either an oscillating mass or a micro-rotor which, thanks to the natural wrist movement winds itself mechanically. Therefore, if worn everyday, the timepiece doesn’t need hand winding. 

A manual timepiece is a mechanical watch that needs to be hand-wound to function. The several mouvements have a “power reserve” that determine the length of time the watch is able to function with its full wound capacity. Especially appreciated from specialist of “Haute Horlogerie”.

A tourbillon is an addition to the mechanics of a watch escapement. In a tourbillon the escapement and balance wheel are mounted in a rotating cage, in order to negate the effects of gravity when the timepiece (thus the escapement) is stuck in a certain position. 

A masterpiece from Roger Dubuis. The achievement of 7 years of research and 40 people included in the production process of the watch. A timepiece working with 4 balance sprung and 5 differentials, for an ultimate precision. A watchmaking achievement that looks for the untouched territories of mechanical accuracy. 

The minute repeater is a timepiece that once mechanically pushed, rings the hours, quarters and minutes of the watch. It is an historic complication that is known for the mechanical achievement of making a mechanical timepiece ring. 

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