Angelus goes to the deep end of innovation with fully skeletonized divers’ watch

Angelus, the Swiss watch company brought back to life in 2011, has brought out its latest skeletonized creation in the form of a divers’ watch.

The U50 Diver’s Tourbillon is a completely skeletonized divers’ watch that still has the legibility integral to divers.

With its core functions – hours, minutes, small seconds and one-minute flying tourbillon – the A-300 caliber has 23 jewels, a Swiss lever escapement and measures just 4.3 millimetres in thickness and 32.8 millimetres in diameter.

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The in-house movement displays the central rhodium plated hours and minutes hands in yellow and blue, a small seconds subdial at the half 9 position and the tourbillion at the half 6.

In order to be completely skeletonized, the usual ceramic bezel is instead replaced with a yellow and blue flange that is rotated by a secondary crown found at 4 o’clock, sitting below the regular crown found at 2 o’clock.

The 45mm titanium watch comes with a rubber strap.

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