KULTUhR transforms high complication timepieces by melding hip styling with innovative watch making. Inspired by the vibrant lines and dynamic colors of contemporary art, the avant-garde timepieces showcase a complex flying tourbillon movement. Highly stylized designs allow watch connoisseurs to express their passion for the intricate complication. Haute couture meets cult couture. With brands pricing their tourbillon watches at $30,000 and up, the founders of KULTUhR decided to take a different track. Instead of passing off extraordinary high costs onto customers from advertising extensively, opening stores nationwide, and hiring celebrities like the major brands do, KULTUhR remains true to its customers by creating top quality innovative timepieces at accessible prices. For the first time, buying a tourbillon is within the reach of watch collectors who dreamed of owning such a complex mechanical complication. No longer in the exclusive realm of the wealthy, KULTUhR tourbillon watches are destined to be worn for everyday pleasure with designs that enhance the wearer’s personality and creativit. KULTUhR exemplifies the distinguished spirit of the extraordinary tourbillon by joining the German word for culture (“Kultur”) with watch (“Uhr”). Wide selection of fresh colors and bold designs means trend setters and collectors find their ideal look without compromising their singular style. Premium quality features prominently throughout the collection showcasing the handwinding flying tourbillon movement with approximately 50 hours power reserve, power reserve indicator, calendar date, Côtes de Genève, blued screws, folding butterfly stainless steel buckle, luminous hands, double domed anti-reflective sapphire glass, screwed in sapphire glass exhibition case back, 5 ATM water resistancy, and international warranty. For added luxe, genuine sapphire, diamonds and other precious stones adorn the cases. Swiss designed. KULTUhR Tourbillon Watches are not for everyone. They’re for the style-maker who knows that expensive alone just doesn’t cut it anymore.