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Introducing the Bianchet x Maserati MSG Racing Limited Edition Flying Tourbillon Grande Date

Bianchet introduces the Bianchet x Maserati MSG Racing Flying Tourbillon Grande Date, available in two distinct editions....

Bianchet, the esteemed watchmaker that stormed into the horological scene in 2021 with its groundbreaking Tourbillon B1.618 Openwork, has once again made waves in the industry. Teaming up with the illustrious Maserati MSG Racing, Bianchet has unveiled a duo of limited edition timepieces that embody the thrilling spirit of Formula E racing.

The collaboration between Bianchet and Maserati MSG Racing marks a significant milestone in the convergence of haute horlogerie and motorsport. Building upon the success of its previous releases, Bianchet introduces the Bianchet x Maserati MSG Racing Flying Tourbillon Grande Date, available in two distinct editions crafted with precision and passion.

Crafted from Bianchet’s proprietary Titanium-Dust-High-Density Carbon and a fusion of titanium and carbon, these limited editions exemplify the marriage of cutting-edge materials and meticulous craftsmanship. Adorned with blue rubber accents reminiscent of the Maserati team’s iconic color, each timepiece exudes a sense of dynamism and sophistication.

At the heart of these exceptional timepieces lies a titanium skeleton flying tourbillon movement with a prominent big date display, engineered to withstand the demands of an active lifestyle. With shock resistance up to 5000G and water resistance up to 100m, coupled with a generous 90-hour power reserve, these watches are as robust as they are elegant.

The dial of the Bianchet x Maserati MSG Racing Flying Tourbillon Grande Date pays homage to the partnership’s racing heritage, featuring the Maserati trident logo and Maserati MSG Racing insignia prominently at 12 o’clock. Bianchet’s signature tourbillon at 6 o’clock is set against a striking blue background, accentuating the watch’s bold design language.

Limited to just 21 pieces each, these exclusive timepieces are priced at CHF 70,500 (taxes excluded), reflecting their rarity and craftsmanship. Owners of these horological marvels are granted unparalleled access to the world of Formula E racing, including an invitation to Maserati MSG Racing’s headquarters in Monaco, where they can immerse themselves in the adrenaline-fueled world of motorsport.


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