Alain Silberstein New Tourbillon

August 2003

Alain Silberstein's passion for the tourbillon movement has been the joy of collectors worldwide for many years.
The first movement designed by Alain Silberstein could have only been a tourbillon movemment which harmoniously combined watchmaking tradition, high technology and contemporary creation.
This is a watch with a difference for everyday wear. It has no dial and the movement is visible from both sides. It is a hymn to mechanical watchmaking and a tribute to the men and women who can make these masterpieces.
The second limited and numbered series of 500 watches features two versions: a blue tourbillon and a grey one, with an engraved date dial made in white ceramica.

Movement ASC 1.1

- hand winding movement with a “flying” one-minute tourbillon escapment

- autonomy: 72 hours

- hour, minute, second ( with the tourbilon bridge) and date

- frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 A/h)

- 2 barrels

- 23 jewels

- Stainless steel case (316L) with transparent back to show the movement

- Antiglare sapphire crystal

- water resistant to 100 meters / 330 feet

- rubbber strap and steel bracelet with safety clasp
Contact: [email protected]

Source: Alain Silberstein Press Release
August 2003