Franck Muller Vanguard Gravity: A new concept of tourbillon architecture
Although there are doubts about the contemporary necessity of modern tourbillons (because most modern escapements can effectively overcome the rate changes caused by gravity), the tourbillon that occupies almost 2/3 of the dial in Franck Muller Vanguard Gravity is more than just It is visually dramatic, but it completely occupies your attention-it may not even be conducive to time reading.
However, it is not just a gimmick that makes you notice a tourbillon with a 21mm tourbillon bridge. The Franck Muller Vanguard Gravity is not only super-sized, but also has a very unusual aluminum structure oval tourbillon frame. The structure of the tourbillon is a huge asymmetric structure. The tourbillon splint itself is an eye-catching four-arm structure, with a span of 21 mm (larger than some women’s watches) and a harmonious ellipse with a diameter of 21.2 mm and 7.7 mm. Framed by a circular circle, which rotates one full circle every 60 seconds, the 14 mm eccentric balance wheel enhances the unconventional tourbillon with a five-day power reserve. swiss watches for men
Alternating PVD black-coated aluminum tourbillon frame and steel bridge highlight and contrast the tourbillon frame, the effect is excellent. There is another fact that enhances the drama of the tourbillon, that is, the balance wheel on the Franck Muller Vanguard Gravity is slightly eccentric, that is to say, compared with the usual tourbillon, it is not exactly the same as the rotation axis of the tourbillon frame-this is also This means that asymmetry is necessary because the frame arm opposite to the balance wheel is constructed slightly larger. Slow shot 18,800 vph 14mm The balance has a huge dramatic effect due to its size.
Vanguard Gravity is completely designed and manufactured in-house. Available in 44.00mm X 53.70mm Vanguard stainless steel, titanium and 18-carat rose gold or white gold plated, this vibrant series offers a choice of personalized bridge styles in 6 colors.