Franck Muller Revolution 2 Tourbillon

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Revolution 2 Tourbillon is a wristwatch by Franck Muller.

With this 2003 presented luxury wristwatch Franck Muller for the first time extends the previous construction of a tourbillon rotating on one plane to one more dimension. Now the tourbillon cage rotates also spatially, ie in the third dimension. Hence the name "Revolution", which applies here actually in many respects. Another term is: double-axis tourbillon.

The watch is powered by a manual winding movement that has the high power reserve of 80 hours available. The case is kept in the Franck-Muller-typical "Cintrée Curvex" form. In accordance with the special occasion it is made of platinum.


7850 T REV 2 PT


Mechanical manual winding movement, 18,000 A/h
Flying tourbillon, rotating around two axles
21 jewels
Movement decoration with hand-engraved Art Déco motif
259 components
Power reserve 80 h


Platinum / 18ct yellow gold
Dimensions 48,7 x 35.3 mm, H 7,25 mm
Sapphire crystal
Sapphire crystal caseback with 4 screws
Waterproof to 3 atm


Silver, sunray guilloche
Optional in blue, bronze or gray
Blued hands


Hours, minutes
Retrograde seconds (60 seconds) and retrograde seconds indication for the cage rotation in one minute, indication for the cage rotation in 8 minutes


Black alligator leather strap with tang-type buckle