Franck Muller makes triple axis tourbillon the star in latest Vanguard Revolution


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.

Frank Muller is so pleased with the tourbillon, it has created a sapphire dome on the front and back of the watch that magnifies it.

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.

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