Gucci 25H Tourbillon
- Power Reserve
- Self Winding/Automatic
- Swiss Made
- Yellow gold
- 3.00atm / 30.00m / 100.00ft
- Deployment Buckle
- Yellow gold
- Stainless steel
Gucci announces the ultra-thin GUCCI 25H
Gucci presents an exceptional high-watchmaking timepiece housing a debut in-house calibre, the GUCCI GG727.25, developed and produced by the state-of-the art Kering movement manufacture in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Not only is this movement a triumphant milestone in the Florentine House’s watchmaking history, it is fitted in the new GUCCI 25H watch design, Gucci’s first mechanical watch in the ultra-thin sports-luxe mode. The calibre name references important numerical symbols within Gucci: ‘7’ to encapsulate a sense of completeness; ‘2’ representing balance and cooperation; ‘5’ symbolizing curiosity and freedom.
The GUCCI 25H reflects the sleek forms of contemporary architecture, where functional, industrial materials like steel were celebrated as precious in their own right. This can be seen in the continuous rhythms of the horizontal satin-brushed lines on the watch dial and Interlocking G logo.
Resolutely contemporary in style, the GUCCI 25H is presented in a 18kt yellow gold tourbillon iteration. This watch displays all of the technical characteristics of the high watchmaking platinum design with the grace of a master goldsmith’s eye. Layer upon layer of gold detailing – case, crown, indices, bracelet, buckle – add up to a magnificent whole in a timepiece that epitomises the rich traditions and forward-thinking of classic Gucci design.
With its clean, sporty lines and sleek, contrasting finishes, the GUCCI 25H encapsulates the House’s aesthetic, its super-slim profile highlighting the brand’s understanding of fine-watchmaking codes.
The ultra-slim case and integrated bracelet accent the smooth, multi-layered architecture of the GUCCI 25H, while alternate polished and satin-brushed metal finishes create shadows and depth, accenting almost 50 years of Gucci expertise in watch design.
The GUCCI 25H bears a playfully symbolic name, containing a number that Alessandro Michele considers a talisman and one he often features in his collections for Gucci.