Having become an icon in just three years, the “writing slope” case has been awarded many distinctions for its unprecedented and innovative design, such as GPHG’s Aiguille d’Or attributed to the Grand Récital tourbillon. The Récital 29 is the first timepiece featuring a steel “writing slope” case.
Hand-wound movement. Frequency 21'600 v/h. Power reserve 5 days
Hours, minutes, power reserve indicator, Precision moon phase.
Stainless steel ardillon
Its inclination reveals a new fine watchmaking caliber entirely manufactured in the House’s workshops. Its reverse construction makes it possible to admire the swinging of the balance-hairspring on the front face of the timepiece, whereas this element is usually only visible through the back of the case. In this instance, BOVET 1822 watchmakers’ time-honored energy control guarantees five days’ power reserve with the use of a single barrel. This feat is achieved through each component’s uncompromising craftsmanship finishes, whose precision of execution limits the friction of the components in movement. This increases the power reserve by saving energy rather than increasing it.