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For his return to horology, Franck Dubarry decided to make a splash with a cheerful complication. Twelve balls sit at the hour markers in a channel, held in place by magnets. As your wrist moves, they rotate around the dial. Shake your wrist, and they’ll crash into each other. Another shake will snap them back into place.
$5,350 in 18K rose gold with gold balls
This watch showcases Dubarry’s affinity with Argentinian street art, as seen on the hand-painted Fileteado Porteño motif on the dial. The case is engraved with curved lines for more drama. The automatic watch shows hours, minutes, date and has a 24-hour GMT hand.
$22,600 in 18K rose gold with black vanity dial
The subdial showing the hours is placed on the minute hand, which is itself a rotating bridge. This means the hour subdial moves around the face of the watch as the
minutes pass. A mechanical differential keeps the hour dial horizontal, so you don’t have to turn your head upside-down to read the time.
$9,500 in titanium with red wheel