It takes 263 components to make everything work as it should, housed in a new Academia case with a diameter of 42.5mm. Despite the big amount of technology on board DeWitt managed to keep the height down to 10.3mm.
The new DeWitt Twenty-8-Eight Skeleton Tourbillon has that unmistakable architectural quality you see in every DeWitt creation. At the heart lies the calibre DW8028s that uses age-old, recognized and highly reliable technical parameters in its construction such as a variable-inertia balance, a 44° angle escapement and 72 hours power reserve.
A historic sale of the private collection of HRH Prince Louis II of Monaco, the greatgrandfather of HRH Prince Albert of Monaco, was held in Fontainebleau on 16th November this year. Viviane de Witt, CEO of the DeWitt company, acquired two lots containing strands of the Emperor's hair, with the intention of enclosing them in DeWitt watches so that admirers of the Emperor can carry his DNA on their wrists.