QUICK RELEASE in Partnership with Horage

Embrace Independence with the Autark Tourbillion From Horage

If you want to build the future you need to go above and beyond. Through advanced engineering, Horage is raising the industry bar and will place the K-TMR in a league of its own for years to come.  K-TMR calibre will allow for enthusiasts to select the color that resonates with them most. Sporty Red, Deep Blue and Classic Anthracite are available mainplate color options for the K-TMR. Through advanced gear train geometries, a full non-magnetic silicon escapement and optimized micro-rotor weight, the K-TMR will not only be the newest proprietary Swiss micro-rotor tourbillon but one of, if not the, most efficient micro-rotor tourbillon calibres available.

Cues are taken from Horage’s earlier generation Autark timepieces. The name Autark is German and translated to English means, independent. The multi-layer case construction with a target thickness of under 9mm will be sportingly stunning, but also prove to be a challenge in production with its mix of polished and brushed Grade 5 titanium surfaces. Refined detail and proportion were paramount for the integrated Grade 5 titanium bracelet. A taper from 22mm to 16mm balances between sporty and elegant. The beautifully crafted bracelet is fastened with Horage‘s proprietary micro-adjustment buckle that offers 10mm of adjustment in 1mm increments.

To ensure maximum rewinding efficiency the Horage engineers will utilize a solid PT-950 platinum rotor. Platinum is a dense precious metal that is also more dense than tungsten and is the premium industry option for micro-rotors. Increased material density causes the rotor to swing and initiate the rewinding of the mainspring at lower angles. This means smaller wrist movements will cause the rotor to swing and thus rewind your watches power reserve faster.

Setting the mood to the functions and finish of the micro-rotor tourbillon is the stamped Gradient Grey, Sunray Black or Sunray Blue dials. At 6 o‘clock the 0.29 gram titanium flying tourbillon whirls and captivates as it makes a full rotation every 60 seconds. A blued screw in the cage references the seconds and can be marked at the 30-second mark of the minutes track that circumnavigates the dial. Champagne gold or bright rhodium finishing on the tourbillon cage aperture creates a visual separation that complements the hour markers filled with Swiss Super LumiNova®. At 10 o‘clock on the Gradient Grey dial a power reserve indicator rounds out the chic technical finish of Autark Tourbillon.

Horage broke the price barriers for the Swiss titanium flying tourbillon, the micro-rotor GMT and now we will do it again with the micro-rotor tourbillon. The market start point for Swiss micro-rotor tourbillons is north of 40,000 Swiss francs and can reach the hundreds of thousands. The final retail price for the Autark Tourbillon will be at 14,990 Swiss francs with the Pre-Order offers unprecedented value at just 9,990 CHF. Pay in full and get extra benefits such as early shipping before Tri-Payment orders, free service valued at 590 CHF, 2 years warranty extension after service, and an additional free strap that we plan to announce in 2024.

Take advantage of a Tri-Pay Plan and pay for your watch over three payments. The first payment is 2,990 CHF with two subsequent payments of 3,500 CHF invoiced to you with the first one due 60 days after the initial payment and the final 30 days before shipping. Horage is offering numerous incentives for interested watch enthusiasts. Get in early as the price increases by 100 CHF each week until we reach a final retail price of 14,990 CHF. Orders start to ship in Q1/Q2 2025 whenever possible they will aim to deliver earlier. Learn more about the new Horage Autark Tourbillion on the Horage site today.

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