Bianchet's Flying Tourbillon Grande Date has been named the Best Beginning Up Watch at the Temporis Global Honors in Zurich.
Temporis Global Honors are decided on by a jury of industry specialists from across the world including unbelievable watchmakers Philippe Dufour, Kari Voutillainen and Romain Gaultier alongside expert writers, retailers and forces to be reckoned with.
The Best Beginning Up Watch classification features the manifestations of recently settled watch marks that have been working for at least five years.
The jury concentrates on the brand's horological manifestations as well as business issues like dissemination and after-deals administration.
Getting the attention of the jury was Bianchet's formation of a restrictive titanium flying tourbillon development from titanium; the kind of horological accomplishment more connected with Richard Mille's six-figure watches or Omega's new Seamaster Planet Sea.
Richard Mille's RM 66 Flying Tourbillon costs more than $1 million, however Bianchet's Flying Tourbillon Grande Date is valued at CHF 65,500 or more assessment.
Bianchet's development improvement and the case were both directed by age-old development standards established on the brilliant proportion and the Fibonacci succession, bringing a feeling of congruity and imperishable plan to the core of this super present day watch, the organization says.
"We are significantly respected to be named 'Best Beginning Up Watch' by the Temporis Worldwide Watchmaking Grants. This grant perceives the energy and commitment we put resources into making uncommon watches. Our Flying Tourbillon Grande Date represents our advanced soul and obligation to pushing the limits of watchmaking plan and micromechanics," says Rodolfo Festa Bianchet, Chief and organizer behind Bianchet.