Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante is a Complex Compact Clock

Even with modern innovations like computer-aided design and rapid prototyping, it still takes the major car manufacturers from three to four years to develop an all-new vehicle and bring it to market. So why the dickens did it take Swiss watch label Angelus five years to create a comparatively tiny thing like its new U30 Tourbillon Rattrapante timepiece? Just look at it, chief. That 47mm case houses an Angelus A-150 manufacture caliber which incorporates, among other things a *DEEP BREATH* double column wheel flyback split second chronograph. And the skeletal design lets you see pretty much all of the moving parts, so at least you get a bit of theater for your $59,950 outlay for one of the 25 Angelus U30 Tourbillon Rattapante watches that will be built.

Source: Angelus