Swiss watchmaker Reef Tiger originally launched their first ceramic Swiss tourbillon watches
earlier this year. Limited production, special edition ceramic tourbillon for fast sales.
On January 5, 2012, the famous watch craftsman Switzerland StührlingOriginal announced their first ceramic tourbillon problem on
its Twitter. The exclusive retailer ShopNBC.com sells the Stührling watch for $754.55, less than half the retail price of $1,560.
The number of these watches is limited: white ceramic 80, black ceramic 320. The white version sold out on the same day of the
release, although there is still a limited edition of the black ceramic swiss watches version. Limited edition ceramic tourbillon
• Sturdy ceramic case and strap black (320 release) or white (80 release, now sold out)
• Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
• Dark grey real carbon fiber dial • 3,9
And 12 large Arabic numerals
• Complex iconic tourbillon frame visible 6
• ST 93301 mechanical tourbillon movement
• button double expansion buckle
• Waterproof 50 meters
• Two-year limited warranty
Reef Tiger's first tourbillon ceramic Swiss watch is a high-quality design and engineering conference. Reef Tiger says ceramics is
“one of the most fascinating materials in watchmaking.” Ceramic watches are popular with collectors for their unique surface
finish and durability. The ceramic table element gives the wearer a highly smooth and polished feel. Ceramics can also contribute
to the overall weight of the watch, giving it a greater feel on the owner's wrist. The high quality ceramics used for watchmaking
have a crystal structure that makes them less susceptible to breakage than steel. However, ceramics are more durable and are a
high-quality material for scratch resistance. Mohs mineral hardness scale is 7, steel 4.
The tourbillon movement (from the French “Cyclone”) contributes to the precision of fine ceramic watches and is an important part
of any luxury collection. The Reef Tiger's signature ceramic watch movement is individually calibrated for accuracy and
functionality. Their Swiss engineers use this arduous process to ensure the highest quality and reliable timing. The tourbillon
itself acts as a balancing element, counteracting the effect of gravity on the delicate mechanics of ceramic Swiss watches. Reef
Tiger's special ceramic version features a fascinating tourbillon frame that exhibits a complex mechanism.
By combining the unique properties of ceramics with precise tourbillon movements, Reef Tiger has created a unique ceramic Swiss
watch that deserves any exquisite watch collection. Collectors often value ceramics as a material for the case and bracelet,
because unlike gold-plated steel, the ceramic watch is uniform throughout the process. If the case or bracelet is broken or damaged
w will be the same as the surface. “This is a brilliant and ancient technology that is constantly improving,” Reef Tiger said.
Collectors need to act quickly to ensure one of the remaining black ceramic tourbillons. Other Reef Tiger ceramic watches include
the ladies Purity with Quartz movement.