Arnold & Son has added three references of the UTTE to its Instruments Collection.
Two of the new models come with mother-of-pearl dials and a third has a black lacquered dial.
Each new reference of the UTTE houses the A&S8200 tourbillon movement, which was developed, designed and manufactured by Arnold & Son, and measures just 2.97 mm thick. The watch is 8.34mm deep.
Arnold & Son’s Instrument Collection have off-centre hours and minutes to allow for the display of other complications without one overlapping the other.
The latest UTTE follows this design aesthetic, with the spherical tourbillon occupying the lower portion of the dial.
Arnold & Son says: “The UTTE is a masterful demonstration of elegant design and superb technical prowess. The ultra-thin A&S8200 movement – and the ultimate UTTE watch – is the result of several years of research and development, and boasts important features and functions.
“In fact, when the brand embarked on the creation of an additional tourbillon, Arnold & Son’s team of watchmakers and engineers determined that the end result should possess unique features that would set it apart in the watch world: It had to be at the same time thin, boast a big and three-dimensional tourbillon cage and have a long power reserve.”