2011 doesn't have a ton of new Roger Dubuis
watches for women (in fact, I think it has less), but some of the new models are more polished and refined versions of the existing collection. Here is the 36mm wide Roger Dubuis Excalibur Lady. I really like this watch because it has a nice jewelry side and a nice mechanical watch side. The new dial is also symmetrical, which I think suits the Excalibur design a lot. You actually don't need to get the watch with all the diamonds - so those are optional. Plus, Roger Dubuis offers the case in steel, or white or rose gold. I don't always understand why brands offer watches in both white gold and steel, but whatever.
Inside the watch is the in-house made RD821 automatic movement. The decoration is real nice, and it is also COSC Chronometer certified for accuracy - which is really rare in watches like this. The diamond studded version of the Excalibur Lady is limited to 88 pieces, and has a massive 5.7 carats of stones on it. Because 8 is a lucky number in China, and 88 means nothing here, the amount of the limited edition pretty much tells you that Roger Dubuis expects to sell most of these in Asia.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews