The new Skeleton X plays off the transparency of its movement by intricately cutting away as much material as possible, without jeopardising tolerances or shock resistance.
The Skeleton X case, reshaped and a mere 42mm, is perfectly on-trend: more angular, more masculine, less round. Its shape-within-shape-within-shape geometry – an X formed by four of the indexes is framed in a rectangle, in turn inside a circle – delights the eye. Inside and clearly visible beats one of the star innovations of the watch’s antecedent, the Freak Vision [link to Freak X collection]: a super-light balance wheel in silicium, extra-wide, with nickel flyweights and stabilizing micro-blades.
The Skeleton X exists in four different satin-finish versions: satin-finish titanium blue, satin-finish titanium black, satin-finish rose gold or matte-finish Carbonium Gold.
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