Vaucher Private Label, the division of Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier that produces movements for many of the most exclusive watch brands in the world, has released a video of its latest tourbillon.
The Flying Tourbillon Seed VMF 3024 calibre will be released early next year and will cost CHF 8,000 (£5,258) with a minimum order of 10 pieces.
The manufacture based in Fleurier in Switzerland belongs to the Sandoz Family Foundation and produces all Parmigiani Fleurier movements, as well as those found in the watches from the likes of Hermes.
The automatic calibre features a 60-second flying tourbillon and beats at 28,800vph. It has a power reserve of 45 hours and options are available to personalise the calibre.