The indexes are also made in red gold. However, these are thin to the point of disappearing on the eye from certain viewing angles, thanks to the properties of the vantablack dial. However, perhaps the most attractive aspect of the Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack is the skeletonized portion at six o’clock of the dial which features the one-minute flying tourbillon, which visually floats within the dial.
This timepiece takes advantage of Precision Engineering AG’s HMC 804 automatic caliber to deliver ultra-reliable manual timing and precision over long periods of time. The caliber displays a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and a minimum power reserve of three days, which is quite long for an automatic timepiece.
The Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack has an ultra-luxury MSRP of US$119,900.
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