The DELMA 1924 Tourbillon signifies longevity, craftsmanship and progress in honor of our 100th anniversary. The tourbillon sits at the heart of DELMA’s proprietary 100% Swiss Caliber DT100.01, a hand-wound movement with a prodigious power reserve of 105 hours.
The dial is executed in sable black and features a grained finish. The hour and minute hands are palladium, nickel-plated, and lined with white Super-LumiNova® BGW9.
The 41mm stainless-steel case radiates quality and pays tribute to the brand’s design aesthetic. Fitted with a stainless-steel bracelet with a deployant clasp, quick-release spring bars allow the wearer to switch to the additional black Italian leather strap without requiring the use of tools.
This exclusive timepiece is supplied in a sumptuous presentation box and limited to 100 pieces in celebration of 100 years of DELMA.
Delma has proudly operated as a family-owned watch company producing high quality, sophisticated watches for close to a century.
Founded in 1924 by Adolf and Albert Gilomen, Delma is based in Lengnau near Biel, the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry. Delma has a strong heritage in diver and sports watches with notable collections such as the Blue Shark and Shell Star.
Mechanism: Hand-wound Tourbillon
Power reserve: 105 h
Number of jewels: 19
Frequency: 21,600 A/h
Case: Stainless steel with screw down crown
Case back: Stainless steel, exhibition case back with curved sapphire crystal
Size: 41 mm
Height: 14 mm
Lug to lug size: 47.5 mm
Lug size: 22 mm
Weight: 195 g
Water resistance: 20 ATM / 200 m / 660 ft
Crystal: Domed sapphire crystal with AR coating
Bezel: Stainless steel, circular brushed
Dial: Sable black dial, applied indexes with BGW 9
Hands: Hour, minute with BGW 9, small seconds hand
Bracelet material: Stainless steel with quick release
Bracelet color: Steel
Clasp: Deployant clasp with security fold over
Clasp material: Stainless steel
Model: 1924 Tourbillon
Accessories: Black hand-made Italian leather strap with quick release
Limited Edition: 100 pieces
PRE-ORDER Deliveries begin April 2024