Gold 5N

CHF 96'900.00
Case Materials : Titanium, Titanium black DLC, Carbon, Gold 5N
Glass : Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Case Back : Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Case Dimensions : 48mm
Water Resistance : 50m / 5 ATM
Movement : A unique oscillating mass with REBELLION’s special finishing
Movement Components : 392
Functions : Hours and minutes regulator, central seconds, date and a 60-second tourbillon
Jewels : 51
Balance Frequency : 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Power Reserve : 65 hours
Strap And Buckle : Vulcanized rubber; folding clasp (option: quadruple deployant patented buckle featuring millimetric adjustment)


Precision and complexity are the heart of this movement developed exclusively for REBELLION Timepieces by Telos Watch. Disturbances caused by earth’s gravitational pull are compensated by the tourbillon, displayed at 6 o’clock. Hours and minutes are indicated by two separate counters, while the large needle points to the seconds. As for the automatic engine, it can reach an astonishing 60 hours of power reserve.

Special limited edition of 30 pieces.


The Two Dials

Elegantly inspired by racecar aesthetics, the two dials are true counters, reminiscent of a dashboard. The hours are on the left, the minutes on the right.

The Central Hand

Fashioned after an automotive gauge needle, the unique hand runs the circumference of the main dial to count the seconds, stressing the importance of this regulator tourbillon: Every second counts.

The Tourbillon

Located at 6 o’clock, the tourbillon is a magnificent piece of mechanical art. A true rebel, it resists the laws of physics which threaten its accurate performance by compensating disruptions caused by earth’s gravitational pull.


The oscillating weight of this exclusive automatic movement peeks through a sapphire crystal. Inspired by the finest racecar rims, this unique mass is not as symmetrical as it appears.

Movement Inside

This complicated, automatic regulator tourbillon movement – developed exclusively for REBELLION Timepieces – is based on the Telos Watch movement P351. Long known as “master clocks”, regulator clocks were housed in observatories and served as reference points for the precise adjustment of watches. The tourbillon, located at 6 o’clock, adds to the timepiece’s stunning precision. Two parallel-mounted barrels offer a power reserve of 60 hours.

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