One unique feature in particular about the watches from Breguet’s Tradition collection is their open-worked dials which showcase the beautifully developed and meticulously arranged calibres on the dial side of the watch as opposed to the back of the watch case. Inspired by the company’s first pocket watches that operated via a mechanical engine with visible movements on the dial side - the collection has become a well-deserved staple timepiece of any luxury wristwatch owner. The range speaks out to avid watch connoisseurs – those who can easily appreciate the complexity and beauty behind a finely-tuned beating heart of a mechanical movement – let along a masterpiece from Breguet watchmakers themselves. The designs from the Tradition collection feature gear wheels as well as balance springs that can be admired through the front of the watch. 21st century watchmaking technology and classic marks of the L'Abbaye-based company’s heritage are balanced uniquely in these designs. The collection was introduced in 2005 and some of the top-end models of the line feature a tourbillon. The mechanism invented in 1801 by A.-L. Breguet, minimizes deviations in precision caused by gravity. These refined companions for the wrist promise to look technically sophisticated whilst feeling ultimately luxurious against the skin.