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HD3 Complication Bi-Axial Tourbillon „Vulcania“

HD3 Complication Bi-Axial Tourbillon "Vulcania" (click to enlarge!)
HD3 Complication Bi-Axial Tourbillon “Vulcania”
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HD3 Complication Bi-Axial Tourbillon "Vulcania", Rückseite (click to enlarge!)
HD3 Complication Bi-Axial Tourbillon “Vulcania”, Rückseite
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Fabrice Gonet\\ © [[RD3 Complication]] (click to enlarge!)
Fabrice Gonet
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The Bi-Axial Tourbillon “Vulcania” is a luxury watch by HD3 Complication.

This is the second watch designed by Fabrice Gonet, longtime employee and now a partner of Jörg Hysek, and presented in 2007 a tourbillon in platinum case. Here, the designer was inspired by Jules Verne and the design had associations of a time machine and the mysterious submarine “Nautilus”.

The bi-axial tourbillon was made in collaboration with BNB. The technical development and design took more than 2,000 hours of work to complete. Only a maximum of 11 pieces were made.



  • Rectangular sapphire crystal caseback in the style of the submarine Nautilus with engraved map of the fantastic island “Urania” and its coordinates
  • Design of the crown inspired from the submarine turbines
  • Waterproof to 50 m


  • Hour indication on a wheel, minutes on a disc
  • Power reserve with sextant-similar indication
  • Tourbillon rotation 1. axis 60 Min., 2. axis 30 Min.


  • Hours, minutes


Limited edition:

  • 11 pieces


  • CHF HT 395,000 (retrieved 2007)
hd3_complication_bi-axial_tourbillon_vulcania.txt · Last modified: 02.12.2022 20:43 by

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