We’ve seen some unique watches that integrate interesting artifacts that play on a customers imagination in the hope that this will lead them to think with their pocket book. Recent examples of this include watches that used artifacts from the Titanic and the moon. We can now add the Louis Moinet Jurassic Tourbillon to the list.
The Jurassic Tourbillon claims it’s uniqueness through the addition of dinosaur bones to the watch dial. The authentic fossilized bones date back about 130 million years and if nothing else, it reminds you about the long history of the earth. Aside from the dino bones, the hand-wound mechanical watch (or manual watch) is decked out with an 18K white gold case and sports a Bezel and horns that are set with 56 Wesselton VVS baguette diamonds.
The watch is also water resistant to 30 meters but like the dinosaurs, it’s not resistant to asteroids. Pricing is not listed, but it’s safe to say that it’s an expensive watch.