It’s always entertaining to glance upon that which you cannot possibly consider owning, especially when you’re having a look at a mechanical smartphone watch combination that’ll cost you a cool $300,000 USD.
This is the LeDIX Furtif, a device made by the Celsius X VI II group, made for who Celsius co-founder Edouard Meylan says is “people who have everything.” This version of the watch is the second in a line of devices developed by the company with ever-increasing amounts of mechanical innards replacing their electronic counterparts, the ultimate goal being an entirely mechanical device inside the next few years.
Like a butterfly spreading its wings, LeDIX, the first creation from Celsius X VI II, has taken flight after four years of research and development.
A flying tourbillon more offset than any existing model and powered by the patented "Remontage Papillon" endows this nomadic object with an extraordinary, fusional dimension.
Is it a pocket-phone-watch or a watch cell phone? It is above all a resolutely novel nomadic object that pushes the boundaries of imagination.