The larger one is called Papillon, while the smaller model is named Tourbillon. Both are visually and structurally inspired by the art of watchmaking, have three speeds (19/38/76 cm/s.) and can be ordered with different heads.
Electronics specialist Kostas Metaxas includes high-end input and output amplifiers in his devices and ensured buttery-smooth, fluid operation for the drive control. All parts are handmade, and the axles come from a specialist manufacturer in Switzerland. Japanese carbon coils are also available in a variety of sizes.
As playback-only machines, they cost 50,000 and 30,000 euros. If a recording branch is section, 6000 euros are added to that in both cases.