Now available as a key-ring, the Tourbillon model behind the success story that is the celebrated global Swiss brand is already a popular accessory. Still the inspiration is the master watchmaker; still the message is affordable craftsmanship.
In the world of unique and
trendy luxury accessories, the new key-ring model plays on its link to
the Tourbillon family without fuss or pretention, recalling the
celebrated cufflinks that allowed the global brand, TF Est. 1968, to
capture hundreds of markets on all five continents in record time. And
it’s not only where you might expect to find watchmaking enthusiasts,
for the model is having increasing success among ambassadors of elegance
in all quarters.
Bearing the familiar identity codes of the
watchmaking brand TF Est. 1968, such as the fully-operational
watchmaking mechanism set against a multi-coloured carbon ground (black,
silver, purple, orange, chocolate, pink), the new Tourbillon key-ring
also lends itself readily to a plethora of colour schemes combined with
semi-precious stones: chocolate brown studded with brown diamonds or
smokey quartz, shimmering purple sprinkled with amethysts, pink and
orange encircled with pink or orange sapphires.
It is a
fully-operational watchmaking mechanism, suspended at the end of a
chain. Of particularly robust construction, the TF Est. 1968 key-ring is
water-resistant and can withstand all kinds of knocks and blows.
Features include a screw-down clasp engraved with the initials TF, a
steel cage, and a sapphire-treated crystal for improved resistance to
wear and tear. It is similarly inspired by mechanical watchmaking
craftsmanship, like the Swiss brand’s already iconic cufflinks or