Watch Of The Day: Franck Muller Gravity Skeleton
Read all about the Franck Muller Gravity Skeleton.
There are watches that ramp up their appeal by adopting a “more is more” approach, but the Gravity Skeleton chose the opposite route by exploring how much it can take out. After all, skeletonisation is considered by many as a complication in and of itself. By that merit, this manual-winding timepiece has arguably set a new benchmark for openworked tickers as its in-house calibre, with a five-day power reserve, leaves little to the imagination. Another highlight is the elliptical-shaped tourbillion bridge that enhances the three-dimensional feel of the watch.
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