Three variations of the PanoReserve models took to the stage at Baselworld 2012: the new PanoReserve presents a stylish and sophisticated interpretation of the signature asymmetric Pano dial visuals.
A red gold edition with a silver dial takes optimal advantage of the larger case and slimmer bezel to unveil the strictly minimalist approach.
The manual winding hour/minute display features faceted red gold hands and applied red gold hour indexes framing a finely drawn subsidiary seconds dial.
The Panorama Date and power reserve are labeled in German, a subtle indication of the Saxon manufactory’s role as rightful heir to more than 165 years of mechanical watchmaking in Glashütte.
Two PanoReserves present the new visuals framed in polished and satin satin-finished stainless steel.
One features a warm silver dial with blued hands and applied hour indexes on the hour/minutes dial, a black-on-white Panorama Date display and the simply compelling power reserve (Auf/Ab) with blued steel indicator. The second variation in stainless steel presents a ruthenium galvanized dial with white gold hands, applied hour indexes and an impressive whiteon-grey Panorama Date below the power reserve.
The heart of the PanoReserve is the manually wound 48-jewel Calibre 65-01 with 42-hour power reserve.
Chief among the attractions visible through the sapphire case back are the duplex swan-neck fine adjustment, hand-engraved balance cock, screw balance and the traditional Glashütte three-quarter plate with Glashütte ribbing, screw-mounted gold chatons, and blued steel screws.