In 1856, when Jules Borel founded the Maison Borel, the Swiss watchmaker was guided by an innate passion for perfection. From the very beginning, the claim was asserted: accuracy must be absolute. In 159 years of history, Ernest Borel has continuously progressed towards ever greater technology in the quest for excellence.
The new Jules Borel timepiece, which bears the founder’s name, conveys this original requirement and pays homage to the brand’s fundamental values: extreme accuracy and perfect technical expertise.
With the Jules Borel skeleton model, the Swiss watchmaker grants you access to the enigmas of your watch. A number of openwork parts reveal the mechanism of the timepiece and enable you to admire the precise movement the automatic caliber SW300, beating at 28'800 vibrations/h and offering a 42-hour power reserve. It is housed within a stainless steel or 18K rose gold plated case, measuring a 40mm and water-resistant to 50m.
Eleven diamonds adorn the dial, available in steel finish on a metal bracelet or in PVD pink gold on a leather strap. Blued hands display the hours, minutes and seconds.