The DELMA 1924 Tourbillon is a special watch created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of DELMA. With a century of continuous production, this watch is a testament to DELMA’s resilience through technological, economic, and political changes.
The company, established by the Gilomen brothers and remaining family-owned, has been based in Lengnau since its beginning. Known for catering to enthusiasts of active lifestyles, DELMA has gained recognition for its robust divers’ watches. Their timepieces, blending classical and modern designs, are crafted with exceptional quality and attention to detail, values that have been a part of the brand since its inception.
DELMA’s commitment to Swiss craftsmanship is evident in their choice to design a proprietary Swiss movement for this model, in collaboration with specialists and firms from the region, ensuring that each component meets their high standards. The Caliber DT100.01 at the heart of the watch boasts a 105-hour power reserve, superior precision with a variable-inertia balance, and resilience against magnetic fields and shocks.
The movement’s aesthetic is just as impressive, with decorative touches like perlage and Côtes de Genève, and it paves the way for the brand’s future in creating more proprietary movements. The habillage of the DELMA 1924 Tourbillon matches the movement’s elegance, featuring a sable black dial with palladium nickel-plated hands and a 316L stainless steel case with brushed and polished finishes. It comes with a stainless steel bracelet and an Italian leather strap, showcasing the brand’s commitment to luxury, detail, and Swiss tradition.
The DELMA 1924 Tourbillon is appropriately limited to only 100 pieces.