Just a few months after launching the Doppel 3.0, Habring² just announced the KudOkTourbi, a tourbillon wristwatch created together with Stefan Kudoke, a watchmaker who specialises in skeletonised watches.
Based on the Habring² flying tourbillon, built on a Unitas 6498 base, the KudOkTourbi features an elaborate, hand-engraved octopus motif. The octopus is rendered in rose gold, with two blued steel tentacles for the hour and minute hands. Habring² watches are typically no frills, so this an exception. The movement has a 44 hour power reserve, and the case is the standard, 42 mm steel Habring² case used for most of its timepieces. Only eight pieces will be made, with a retail price of EUR29,900, including 19% VAT. That translates into about USD38,200. More of Stefan Kudoke’s work can be seen on his website. – SJXBack to top.