An openworked architecture graces a colorful series of eight unique pieces that draw on an ultra-technical carbon-titanium case and an impactful ﬂying tourbillon movement. The most visible and most powerful components of these U23 pieces are dressed in colors reminiscent of eight cocktails, straight from the Angelus shaker.
Following on from its U21 and U22 models, Angelus presents another variation based on its skeletonized ﬂying tourbillon movement. The Angelus A-250 caliber has once again been suspended within a case made from titanium and CTP (Carbon Thin Ply): a hard and lightweight carbon composite. The U23 takes the spirit of exclusiveness and dynamic aesthetics to its pinnacle. This series of eight unique pieces features skeletonized PVD-treated titanium bridges, with each model showcasing a different color. This green version has been dubbed the Vodka Stinger.
The U23 pieces make a tremendous impact. Materials, shapes, and structures are arranged to create a sporty, technical, and ﬁnely honed timepiece. Measuring 42mm in diameter and 10.3mm thick, the case mixes titanium lugs with a CTP caseback and middle. Maximum lightness and rigidity, with ultra scratch-resistant titanium, provides physical protection for the most exposed areas. The solid, conventional-looking metal and the technical appearance of the carbon ﬁber inject the U23 with visual energy. Meanwhile, colored bridges, hovering above the CTP main plate, put these pieces in a class of their own.