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Maestro.99 Tourbillon

Maestro.99 is named after Maestro (Italian for Master): title awarded to the founder Mr. Gerald Charles Genta by the universe of luxury watchmaking.

  • Reference: GCM3-PDCS02BDR-F/B-31
  • Movement: GCM3 Manual-winding Chrono Tourbillon
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Technical information

Movement
GCM3 Manual-winding Chrono Tourbillon. Suspended Tourbillon.
Functions
Hours, Minutes, Chronograph, Power Reserve
Case
Palladium – 42 mm
Thickness: 11.8mm
Back: Sapphire Crystal open-work
Frequency
21,600 v/h precision
Power reserve
120 hours
Dial
“Squelette” open-work
Crystal
Sapphire no glare
Water resistance
30 meters
Strap
Dark blue Crocodile skin
Indicators
Painted hours and seconds
Bezel
Diamonds pave
Clasp
Folding white-gold
Maestro.99 Tourbillon
Watch features

Maestro.99

The Maestro.99 Squelette Tourbillon Chronograph represents the ultimate masterpiece of Gerald Charles heritage. As the artistic testament of the Maison’s founder.

The squared carré case in pure Palladium is shaped as an asymmetric polygon with eight cut edges coins coupés and a hemispheric convexity, half-moon, at 6 o-clock. At first sight it resembles an Octagonal shape, yet surpassing it. The Maestro introduces an innovative, never seen, yet incredible case by the same creator of the first Nautilus* and Royal Oak*.

Maestro.99 Tourbillon
Maestro.99 Tourbillon
Watch features

Chrono Tourbillon

This watch was conceived to host the most daring complications. The half-moon at 6 o’ clock creates a dedicated space for the flying Tourbillon, perfectly integrating mechanics and aesthetics.

In the pursuit of perfection the tourbillon ball is suspended between two sapphire crystals without any bearing bridge, highlighting the ‘Ballet’ of movements. The integrated chronograph on a skeleton movement is altogether a powerful combination. The Maestro.99 was produced in a limited edition of 12 pieces only. It is now preserved in the Maison’s private collection.