Franck Muller describes its Revolution series of tourbillons as some of the most ambitious, radical and astonishing achievements in the history of contemporary watchmaking.
Quite a claim, and there is no disputing the innovation and engineering that goes into the movements.
The latest addition to the family the Vanguard Revolution 3 Skeleton, has all of its ambition on show thanks to its open-worked dial displaying black bridges and red aluminum indicators.
Its triple axis tourbillon dominates the lower half of the watch face, with its three carriages thrumming at one-hour, eight-minute and 60-second cycles.
The Vanguard case, made of grade-2 titanium, is treated with black PVD coating and comes on a red Alcantara strap.
It can be pre-ordered now for CHF 480,000 with first deliveries expected in September.