De Bethune's DB29 Maxichrono Tourbillon
Looking for a somewhat different watch? Take a closer look at this De Bethune's DB29 Maxichrono Tourbillon. Why it's different? It has a mono-pusher chrono that swaps out the conventional subregisters for five central hands.
You understand what we've written above? We're neither, but we're not done yet. Inside the watch is a mechanical hand-wound 49-jewel, 36,000 vph, DB2039 movement that has a power reserve of 5 days. All of this can be seen through a titanium caseback cover that that shows the highly complex movement.