PanoLunarTourbillon 1-93-02-05-05-05 - Glashütte Original
Ø 40.00 mmDimensions
Red goldThe case's material
Automatic movementMovement type
Louisiana Alligator nubuk leather strap, brownStrap type
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Warm red gold
This exquisite men’s watch is presented in a 40 mm diameter case fashioned in red gold. A slender bezel lends this mechanical masterpiece its timeless elegance; the polished and satin-brushed surfaces of the case reflect the light and are harmoniously attuned to each other. The design is completed by a finely worked black Louisiana Alligator leather strap with a foldover clasp in red gold. Alternatively, this noble timepiece is also available with a brown Louisiana Alligator nubuck leather strap.
Glashütte master watchmaker Alfred Helwig is still known today for his ingenious development from the year 1920: the Flying Tourbillon. In contrast to classic tourbillons mounted on both sides, Helwig’s delicate construction is cantilevered (mounted on one side only). In an open carriage the balance and escapement rotate on their own axis once a minute, so that it seems to fly within its so-called cage. The blued-steel tip on the tourbillon cage serves as the second hand.
The PanoLunarTourbillon impresses thanks to the asymmetric layout of its dial: the hour and minute display and the Flying Tourbillon are positioned on a vertical axis within the left half of the dial. The Panorama Date and moon phase are located on the right side, which results in a harmonious overall appearance. The hand-crafted dial shimmers in a warm silver hue and has hour and minute hands in gold as well as gold-plated applied hour indexes.
The PanoLunarTourbillon is powered by the automatic movement Calibre 93-12, which has a 48-hour power reserve. The sapphire crystal case back reveals the beauty of Glashütte watchmaking such as Glashütte stripe and sunray finishes, blued screws, bevelled and polished edges. The skeletonized rotor, positioned off-centre, has an oscillating mass in 21 carat gold, a refined Glashütte stripe finish and the manufacture’s signature Double-G logo.
- Hour and minute
- Flying Tourbillon with small second
- Panorama Date
- Moon phase
- Galvanized silver
- Surface fine matt
- Indices applied
- Printed scales
- Black Panorama Date on ivory coloured background
- Moon phase display blue/gold
- Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish
- Skeletonized rotor (off-centre) with double-G symbol and 21-carat gold oscillation weight
- Bevelled/polished edges
- Polished steel parts
- Blued screws