Jean Dunand Tourbillon Orbital is a watch that took Christophe Claret two years to make. The main complication is the one-minute flying tourbillon that circles the dial once every hour.
It also has a power reserve indicator on the side starting from 2 o’clock and extending up to 4 o’clock and provides a power reserve of 110 hours. Once turned upside down, the moon phase indicator made in 18K gold, can be seen positioned at 9 o’clock Next to the moon phase indicator is the winding mechanism. The indicating hands are made of 18K gold. The diameter of the watch is 45mm and is water resistant up to 30 meters.
The watch uses a manually wound rotating movement, Calibre IO200 and is available in three case variants: platinum, 18K rose gold and white gold white matching buckle. The watch is price at USD 376,000.