With two patents filed (one pending), this timepiece demonstrates the brand’s watchmaking expertise. Powered by the CFB T3000 movement, developed and designed in-house by the manufacture, it is the world’s first to combine a peripheral automatic-winding system and a peripherally mounted tourbillon. The caliber is the evolution of the brand’s earlier Manero Peripheral watch, which was equipped with a peripheral oscillating weight. The new watch takes this a step further, introducing a peripherally mounted one-minute flying tourbillon. Supported by three ceramic ball bearings, it appears to float unsupported, much like a mysterious tourbillon. The tourbillon features a stop-seconds function so that the wearer can synchronize the watch without affecting precision. The COSC-certified chronometer movement incorporates silicon technology, with pallet and escape wheel both made of silicon. The 43mm 18K rose gold watch offers 65 hours of power reserve.