De Bethune is revisiting its classics and reasserting its identity codes through the DB28 collection, a strongly identifiable timepiece endowed with the signature House style features and conveying its resolutely avant-garde vision of the watchmaking art. The wearer comfort of the DB28 stems from the surprising lightness, and to the presence of “floating lugs”, a patented system that easily adjusts to the size of the wrist and its various movements.
Hours, minutes. Spherical moon phase indication at 6 o’clock. Performance indicator between 2 and 3 o’clock.
Hand-polished and flame-blued steel.
Anthracite, mirror-polished grade 5 titanium. Silver-toned minutes ring, silver-toned hours ring. Côtes De Bethune. Performance zone read-off between 2 and 3 o’clock. Spherical moon-phase indication in platinum and blued steel at 6 o’clock.
Rose gold. Diameter: 42.6mm-Thickness: 9.2mm
Short or long floating lugs in blued grade 5 titanium – De Bethune Patent (2006)
Sapphire crystal with double anti-reflective coating (1800 Vickers).
Solid in rose gold with a linear power reserve indicator.
Mechanical hand-wound movement.
Diameter 30 mm – 295 parts – Hand-crafted finishing and decoration – hand-polished steel parts – Côtes De Bethune
Self-regulating twin barrel – De Bethune Innovation (2004)
Silicon/white gold balance wheel – De Bethune Patent (2010)
Balance-spring with flat terminal curve – De Bethune Patent (2006)
Triple pare-chute shock-absorbing system – De Bethune Innovation (2005)
Spherical moon-phase indication accurate to a degree of one lunar day every 122years – De Bethune Patent (2004)
Extra-supple alligator leather, alligator lining