Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept Tourbillon

This watch face kept me busy for a week. I have already built 2 similar Piaget watch faces, but due to a different arrangement I was unable to use almost anything from them. Another difficulty was that the axis is not in the middle of the flying tourbillon, so I couldn’t just use rotating images and needed a different solution.

When the watch is charging and you swipe the charging indicator aside you can see how the spring mechanism is slowly wound. The spring tension serves as a battery indicator.

Requires Eric’s universal launcher to work. There will be no stock launcher version this time.

credits: -Official Piaget Website - Luxury Watches & Jewelry Online

Download: - Google Drive




Stunning. Best of best . :+1::+1::+1:

Thanks G

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Thank you mate. It was really tricky. Did you notice the moving anchor escapement?

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If its what i think it is yes :smile:


Excelent job, a really masterpiece. Directly to my collection.


I cannot detect any movement of the gears… Is that because they’re moving so slowly (perhaps as prescribed by the authentic settings?)

That’s right. On real watches, the gears rarely turn like the propeller of a fertilizer plane.

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Thank you, @vladimir_lutzu , I’m glad you like it. It was a lot of work, but I think it was worth it.


Beautiful clockskin !! :clap:

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Thank you, @onourwatches! :blush: