Grand Complications Skeleton
This $6,000 iPhone XS has a mechanical skeleton watch it’s case
Russian luxury accessories and customization company Caviar has already launched several different custom versions of the recently launched iPhone XS and XS Max that are wrapped in some of the most extravagant materials known to man.
The brand has now released a new custom iPhone XS and its bigger sibling which are aimed at those who have a penchant for mechanical clocks. Called the Grand Complications Skeleton collection, the customized iPhones are inspired by luxury watches and feature a mechanical clock with an openwork dial on the backplate. The collection is available in different finishes of titanium, pink gold, and black and gold, all of which have mechanical watch components included right in the casing.
Like all the other new customized iPhones by Caviar, the font end is left untouched and looks exactly the same as the standard iPhone. The glass rear of the iPhone XS has been replaced a special casing that features a skeletonized mechanical watch with a Swiss watch mechanism augmented with intricate guilloche work and matching engravings. Caviar said that the watch it built into the custom iPhones is wound manually through a crown placed on the right side of the casing.
Caviar is limiting the Grand Complications Skeleton iPhones to 99 pieces in each finish, with each example carrying a unique serial number engraved on the side of the device. The pricing starts at $6320 for the Titanium version of the iPhone XS, while the Black and Gold model of the XS Max is the most expensive at $8080.