Sponsored: CODE41 Introduces Its Debut Tourbillon, the T360

CODE41 is a community watchmaker that has prioritized collaboration with its consumers since its inception. Now, nearly seven years later, the brand has announced the release of its first ever tourbillon in the T360. The new T360 marks a new era for CODE41, one trending towards open, participatory, and accessible watchmaking without compromising the brand’s ethos defined by its unique history. Paying homage to the craftspeople supporting the project, the T360 is a reflection of thousands of hours of expertise packed into a wearable and optimized product. With a significant testing process, the novel timepiece ensures reliability that surpasses all standards and converts the delicate tourbillon complication into an everyday staple. 

Staying true to its choice-driven design, CODE41 is offering two distinct case options for the new T360. The first is the brand’s “NativeDNA” case, which has been a successful staple across CODE41 collections since 2016. Its 42mm silhouette uses soft curvature and distinctive angles to create a sleek exterior, all made from grade 5 titanium. Attune to its name, the “NativeDNA ” has accompanied all of CODE41’S releases to date, proving its robust reliability time after time. CODE41 is also offering the “Stratom” case, making its debut as an urban-chic alternative. It is characteristic of sporty design with a multi-layer construction, creating space for the combination of different materials. In its first iteration, the “Stratom” is made from grade 5 titanium with a 42mm diameter, introducing a harmonious blend of industrial and elegant aesthetics to pair perfectly with the new tourbillon. 

Maintaining an element of the CODE41 design code, the dial sports an entirely skeletonized layout, revealing the inner workings of the impressive movement within. The focal point of the dial, the tourbillon is situated at 6 o’clock and is liberated of any visual obstacles to assert its centrality. In the middle of the dial is the hours and minutes indication, while the seconds are displayed on the bridge of the tourbillon cage. For increased legibility in low light conditions, the hands, indices, and the bridge of the tourbillon cage are all coated in Super-LumiNova®. CODE41 is offering five colorway variations for the dial and hands: Black Red, Rainbow, Black Blue, Black Orange, and Blue. Each offers a distinctly dynamic approach and introduces the element of personal choice that the brand is known for prioritizing. 

The tourbillon is regarded as the very essence of horological refinement for the majority of enthusiasts. For CODE41, the mission with the T360 was to make this high quality, sophisticated mechanical feat available to as many people as possible. The mechanism is 100% developed, designed, and assembled in Switzerland, making the perfect marriage of accessibility and peerless Swiss watchmaking expertise. It is manual winding and offers a significant power reserve of 105 hours. Composed of 141 components, the movement has an accuracy rate of -5/+5 seconds per day.

Pricing for the CODE41 T360 starts at $9,598 for the variation including the titanium “NativeDNA” case presented on a leather strap. The retail price for the T360 varies depending on the case and strap selection. Between the case options, multiple dial colorways, and strap variety, the CODE41 has created an ultra-personalized customization experience with the T360. 

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  1. Gerry Dimatos

    What is the point of a Tourbillon if it can’t be at least COSC certified to -4/ +6s per day? Rolex Superlative Chronometer is +/- 2s per day….

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