Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante
Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante

Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante



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Angelus can look back on a long tradition in innovative chronograph wristwatches: this history of manufacture chronographs for the wrist began in 1925 with a monopusher. The company's first highlight was the 1942 launch of the Chronodato, the world's first serially manufactured chronograph with calendar. Throughout subsequent decades, Angelus released ever more groundbreaking chronographs, many of them including world-first complications. So when it came to developing an entirely new chronograph movement, Angelus’ present-day engineers and watchmakers knew that they had to do something utterly exceptional.

After five years of intensive research and development secured by several patents, Angelus now presents the U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante.

The U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante features a one-minute tourbillon, a fly-back double column wheel chronograph, a split-seconds (rattrapante), a self-winding mechanism and a power reserve indicator. All of these complications have been re-engineered based on structural optimization and skeletonized to reveal as much of the movement as possible on the dial side, all while ensuring maximum legibility of the time and chronograph functions. The skeleton bridges alone allow the display of no fewer than 15 different wheels dial side.
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Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Case Grade 5 titanium with black coating on the case band
Case Back see-though sapphire crystal
Case Thickness 15
Case Width 47
Crystal Box sapphire crystal
Dial Color skeleton
Functions Hours
Gender male
Brand Angelus
Warranty Full Factory Warranty
Movement Central hours and minutes
Water Resistance 30m