Up Close With The Hysek Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon Watch in Cheap Price

November 5, 2016

The new Hysek Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon watch replica is offered in a mesmerizing blend of feather-light titanium, stodgy rose gold, and uncompromising skeletonization techniques that leave nothing for imagination. As it is often the case with watch brands, Hysek’s press release is overloaded with poetic epithets, but seriously lacks any valuable technical information.

Hysek Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon hand wound watch

The movement is completely different, though.

 

 

The new movement is also faster, beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour and is less “fuel efficient” with its maximum power reserve limited at 70 hours.

As far as I understood, the caliber was produced by a third-party specialist, but the skeletonization and decoration was done completely in-house.

However, just looking at the timekeeper, you can see that the movement is new: the tourbillon cage that was previously located at 6 o’clock is now placed between 10 and 11 o’clock positions.

And done it was with great skill and courage. Not everyone will readily remove so much metal from the base plate, which is supposed to be as rigid as possible.

As you can see on the picture below, the new fake Hysek Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon watch uses a slightly reworked version of the case that was developed for the original Hysek Furtif model presented about two years ago.

Only 30 numbered watches will be made.

Photos: Hysek

Hysek Furtif Skeleton Tourbillon manual-wind watch specification

Price: N/A
Movement: Hand-wound, 28,800 vph, modified by Hysek, Swiss Made
Functions: Hours, minutes, tourbillon
Power reserve: 70 hours
Case material: Red gold and Titanium
Bezel material: Titanium
Case shape: Rectangular
Bezel shape: Rectangular
Case size: N/A
Lug width: N/A
Case height: N/A
Dial: Titanium, skeletonized
Numerals: Arabic
Hands: Red gold
Water resistance: 30 meters
Strap: Leather
Crystal: Sapphire
Case back: Sapphire

Well, Hysek is quite an obscure brand and their timepieces will probably depreciate faster on the market of “pre-loved” watches, but if you can afford spending a small fortune on a trinket, this mens fake Hysek watch certainly deserves some attention.



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