The Geneva watchmaker has taken the tools of the trade to the next level, to help you fight the good fight every day. Bronze meets businessman and steel becomes the new urban warrior weaponry in the latest novelties of the Excalibur collection.
Roger Dubuis has released its latest weaponry to help the urban warrior take on challenges of the modern world. The brand’s Excalibur collection draws inspiration from King Arthur and his legendary sword. And for the daily fight in the city, what better company to have than your very own Excalibur. Roger Dubuis’ collection offers different variants of the Excalibur wristwatch, because of course, everyone has his own battle to fight.
Excalibur Automatic with Bronze Dial
From suiting-up to wearing jeans and a t-shirt, the clothes that we wear are our first line of defense, our basic armour. The Excalibur Skeleton Automatic in Pink Gold draws on the bronze armour of ancient warriors, with an added artistic twist.
The 188-piece themed limited edition watch has a distinctive star shape, and the transparency of the automatic skeleton by Roger Dubuis is a great companion to the rest of your armour, especially if that is a perfectly cut suit. Old world leather and Roman numerals meet on this timepiece, as do bronze and business.
Excalibur Chronograph in steel with blue dial
Built for speed and performance at every level, the blue dial variant is ideal for the man on the go. From airport lounges to fast cars, the steel and daring design of the Excalibur Chronograph certainly make a statement. The blue contrasts particularly well with the bronze dial, which is burnished to get the effect of the shields used by valiant knights that protected the kingdom of King Arthur.
Excalibur Flying Tourbillon Skeleton in pink gold and diamonds
Along with the Swiss brand’s traditional offer, we also see the novelties of the Roger Dubuis Excalibur collection, which nevertheless remain true to the brand’s “open-heart” identity code and the traditional Excalibur. For instance, each timepiece is certified with the Poinçon de Genève, or the “Hallmark of Geneva”.
But this case, the fine watchmaker has taken the true lines of the Excalibur Flying Tourbillon Skeleton in pink gold to new levels. The model features a diamond-encrusted dial, for the more sophisticated evening battles that a warrior might get himself into.
Whether it’s at noon in the office or at night on the town, the pieces that comprise the Excalibur collection by Roger Dubuis provide some serious modern weaponry for the modern man.