A hi-tech skeletonized sports watch, inspired by a tire. Well, not your usual tire, of course.
Roger Dubuis Excalibur Pirelli Ice Zero 2 Spider America Edition
Roger Dubuis presented its new sporty collaboration with Perelli in Aspen, Colorado. On this occasion, surrounded by snowy peaks and glamorous ski runs, Lamborghini test-drives on ice and a snow mobile races were offered to a lucky few invited. And all for a reason: the Excalibur Pirelli Ice Zero 2 owes its name to the new studded tyre of the Pirelli range, developed for high performance on ice in the most extreme winter conditions. This Poinçon de Genève-certified skeleton coming as a limited edition of 28 pieces is dressed in a 45-mm natural titanium case with some rubber inlays and black DLC titanium coating. Its icy-blue accents nicely complement the blue tips of the two central hands, and of course, the lion’s share of the overall tech-y character comes from a trademark star-shaped bridge shining the right part of the fully transparent dial.
Roger Dubuis Excalibur Pirelli Ice Zero 2 Spider America Edition – a perfect companion for some winter super-car driving
The Roger Dubuis Excalibur Pirelli Ice Zero 2 Spider America Edition features an automatic caliber RD820SQ with a micro-rotor and a 60-hour power reserve. But no matter the complexity and beauty of the movement, one of the most extraordinary design details here comes from a non-mechanical realm: we’re talking about a rubber strap mimicking the cutting-edge Ice Zero 2 studded Pirelli with an intermediate pattern on the inside. An additional bimaterial strap featuring a black rubber base and blue rubberTech inlay is also available.
We'd bet, you don't often see a Lambo in such environment