Roger Dubuis


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  • Revolution Curates presents the Roger Dubuis Sympathie Perpetual Calendar


    Introduced in the mid-1990s, the Roger Dubuis Sympathie Bi-Retrograde Perpetual Calendar is distinguished by its radical case shape, dynamic dial design as well as the landmark double retrograde perpetual calendar module at work within. In combination, they exemplify Roger Dubuis’ unique language of watchmaking like no other model. Up until then, and even today, perpetual calendars predominantly rely on multiple subdials to display the date units. But Roger Dubuis, along with Jean-Marc Wiederrecht, founder of the revered complication specialist Agenhor, sought to renew its characteristic appearance by incorporating a pair of retrograde indications — one pointed out the day and the other the date. Together, they created the world’s first perpetual calendar module with a double retrograde display, which made its debut in the 1989 Harry Winston Bi-Retrograde Perpetual Calendar. When Roger Dubuis founded his eponymous brand in 1995, he incorporated this bi-retrograde perpetual calendar module — built atop a self-winding Longines L990 base movement — in a 37mm Sympathie case, which is the present example. The model was produced in several configurations, each in an extremely limited run of just 28 pieces. This watch bears the serial number 2 of 28 on the movement.


    This Roger Dubuis Sympathie Perpetual Calendar is fully inspected and authenticated and comes with a 24-month warranty from WatchBox.

  • Model: Roger Dubuis Sympathie Perpetual Calendar
    Reference no.: S37.57070
    Box/Papers: Box and papers
    Condition: Good
    Year: 2001
    Function: Hours, minutes, seconds, perpetual calendar with day, date, month, leap year indicator and moonphase
    Case Material: White gold 18k
    Dimension: 37 x 47.5 x 9.8mm
    Dial: Glossy, off-white lacquered dial
    Movement: Self-winding caliber RD 5772
    Water Resistance:

    30 m

    Strap: Blue alligator with white gold tang buckle
    Additional Information: Geneva seal and chronometeric certification from the Besançon Observatory
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