Maximilian Büsser was already a star in the narrow constellation of high men's watchmaking, but without thinking he also became the best ally of women seeking bold, avant-garde pieces. These are the adjectives that best define the new “Legacy Machine Flying T”, a true relic resulting from hard creative work to simultaneously incorporate wealth and simplicity. The masterpiece, born of this fusion, is a flying tourbillon that shines for authenticity and originality.

With a 38.5 mm 18 kt white gold case and domed sapphire glass, the available versions of the “Legacy Machine Flying T” are all diamond studded. One of them, in large size, is in constant rotation with the tourbillon but there is also a 50-degree inclined tilt at 7 o'clock, which originally features blue gold serpentine hands for the hours and minutes. The structure was thus created so that only its wearer can read the time.

A solar motif on the back of the case, made of red gold, titanium and platinum, accompanies the automatic rotor and hides much of the movement's view. The result is a piece with distinctive elegance that leaves nothing to be desired in relation to the male tourbillons. Maximilian Büsser knows, after all, what women want.



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