18K rose gold Thomas Prescher Flying triple axis tourbillon with constant force mechanism in the tourbillon cage. A manual wind, wholly conceived and developed inhouse caliber by Thomas. Featured here with a black onyx regulator style dial and their specially designed trigonal guilloché finished caliber.
Thomas was the first watchmaker to make a triple axis Tourbillon in a wristwatch in 2004, when he debuted it at the Baselworld fair in Switzerland to much astonishment. Never before had this been accomplished, and many said it wasn't possible!
18k white gold Thomas Prescher Tourbillon featuring Thomas' own caliber in the square case. Uniquely designed by Thomas, the flying tourbillon has a constant force mechanism in the cage, to improve time keeping over the different amplitudes of the mainspring as it unwinds.
An unusual trigonal guilloché is found on the caliber back, together with the traditional hallmarks of a finely hand finished mechanical watch, anglage, black polish and a solid silver hand guilloché dial. This watch sports a sub dial for the seconds hand and the tourbillon appears right under the curved sapphire crystal.
Thomas Prescher Nemo Sailor
Thomas' latest offering, cased in copper bronze and "staybrite" steel 44mm, this elegant piece has a touch of Art Nouveau and Jules Vernes in it's design. An automatic watch with date, it forms the entry level of a new series for Thomas. Hand made by one Master Watchmaker, Thomas crafts the case, dial and hands in his work shop. The base automatic movement is the tractor motor of a caliber, the venerable ETA 2824 modified by Thomas.