Earlier this month, Glashütte Original introduced a new masterpiece of haute horlogerie: the new PanoLunarTourbillon. This timepiece combines the highest levels of craftsmanship, technical sophistication and exceptional beauty in an unmistakable design. With its hand-engraved dial, Flying Tourbillon and beautifully shaped moon-phase display, the new model sets particularly elegant accents.
The PanoLunarToubillon is a new edition of its predecessor model from 2013 and a true work of art. Elaborate engravings adorn the galvanic silver surface of the dial and the back of the movement. These filigree decorations bear witness to the rich traditions of Glashütte watchmaking, lending each watch its uniquely individual character. All engravings are executed in Glashütte Original’s own dial manufactury; freehand and without a pattern.
The Pano collection captivates thanks to its striking dial layout, which is particularly evident with the new PanoLunarTourbillon.
Both the auxiliary dial for hours and minutes and the Flying Tourbillon with the small second are positioned on the left side of the dial. An exquisite moon phase display with blue night sky and the watchmaker’s signature Panorama Date grace the right side of the dial.
The skeletonized hour and minute hands, indexes and blued steel tip of the seconds hand provide more accents in blue.
The PanoLunarTourbillon is equipped with a 40 mm platinum case which is water-resistant up to 5 bar. It is completed by a blue alligator leather strap.
This limited edition consists of only 25 pieces.