Cyrus unveils a Sapphire Surprise

Launched 11 years ago in 2010, Cyrus Geneve epitomizes the modern, dynamic, and independent Swiss watch maker. On its tenth anniversary, Cyrus revealed the Klepcys Vertical Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire—limited to ten pieces, with “10 years CYRUS – Est. 2010” inscribed on its sapphire crystal case back.

Featuring a unique 3-D open-worked architecture for its dial, the new limited edition comes, for the first time, with a transparent sapphire crystal case that allows a complete view of the movement from all angles. The timepiece comes across as a true stunner allowing you and everyone around a neat glimpse into the stunning detailing of the calibre CYR625, beating at 21,600 vph and offering over 100-hour power reserve.

The 44mm watch highlights the 18K 4N gold arch, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s self-supporting bridge, which symmetrically divides the hours and minutes indications. It sits comfortably on a white rubber strap featuring a new embossed prism pattern. The strap is fitted with an 18K 4N rose gold folding buckle embellished with the Cyrus logo.

If you’re looking for a timepiece that defines the innovative, charming, go-getter in you, the Klepcys Vertical Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire by Cyrus Geneve is the one to get!