Speake Marin Minute Repeater Carillon

Technical specifications


  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Seconds
  • Minute-Repeater
  • Flying Tourbillon


  • Manual Winding
  • Manufactured
  • Swiss Made


  • Round
  • Titanium
  • PVD
  • 16.00mm
  • 42.00mm


  • Sapphire

Water resistance

  • 3.00atm / 30.00m / 100.00ft


  • Pin Buckle
  • Titanium


  • Calfskin
  • Blue


  • 2024

Official description

Speake Marin unveils its latest horological masterpiece, ‘The Minute Repeater Carillon,’ a symphony of innovation and precision in the realm of watchmaking. This creation represents a significant milestone in our expertise, as it is the very first Minute Repeater Carillon watch crafted by our workshop, “Le Cercle des Horlogers.”

This timepiece is a testament to watchmaking excellence at SPEAKE MARIN. In the past, the sound signal complication was developed to tell the time despite the darkness of the streets in the 17th century.

The ‘Minute Repeater Carillon’ watch demonstrates Speake Marin’s unwavering commitment to Haute Horlogerie. The ‘Piccadilly’ case consists of three main parts. The bezel is crafted in platinum, the side case in titanium (Grade 5) and the caseback is either entirely in sapphire, or in platinum with a sapphire glass. The case construction is particularly fascinating, as its material influences the note of the minute repeater chime. The 60-second flying tourbillon is visible at 6 o’clock which balance the design of the dial movement as no dial / or watch. As for all Speake Marin tourbillon cage, the upper bridge has the topping tool shape.

Once activated by the sliders, the Minute Repeater Carillon mechanism comes alive and is fully visible at 12 o’clock. The structure of the movement is very appealing as it counterbalances the tourbillon at 6 o’clock and enhance the multiple required components of a carillon minute repeater watch.

It is essential to emphasize the animation of the 12-hour markers collapsing during chiming. This does not impact the timekeeping of the watch, as the energy is delivered by a separate spring. This independent movement architecture enables the watch to chime the time up to 3 times per minute.

This automaton represents Speake Marin’s interpretation, aligning this contemporary timepiece with the original purpose dating back to the 17th century and improved by A. Louis Breguet himself using gong and ajust the sound of each hammer to chime instead of bell.