Glashütte Orig­i­nal

Plaza Watch International - - Display Case -

Glashütte’s lat­est ad­di­tion to their ear­lier suc­cess­ful PanoIn­verse Col­lec­tion is the 2014 de­but au­to­matic move­ment, the PanoMat­icIn­verse. The new Cal­i­bre 91-02 au­to­matic move­ment is again made vis­i­ble with its in­ter­nal du­plex swan-neck el­e­gantly peer­ing through, just right of the crown. The 42mm case dis­plays the hours, min­utes and seconds with beau­ti­fully de­signed clar­ity, speck­led with ru­bies and blued screws on a rhodium plated three­quar­ter dial. Its riv­eted dial is clas­sic of Glashütte and serves as a re­minder of their watch-mak­ing pres­tige. The clean dial makes glanc­ing at your wrist and see­ing the time in a blink of an eye so vis­ually easy, that it ef­fort­lessly adds to its func­tion­al­ity and every­day us­abil­ity.

The PanoMat­icIn­verse is com­pleted by a sap­phire crys­tal back that al­lows you to see the bare bones of the 21-karat gold mo­tor, again high­light­ing the pre­ci­sion in its en­gi­neer­ing and giv­ing the wearer and in­sight into the del­i­cacy of the crafts­man­ship that Glashütte of­fers.

The two de­signs that the PanoMat­icIn­verse comes in are sub­tly ren­dered in ei­ther a satin brushed and pol­ished red gold case with gold ap­pliques adorned by a golden brown al­li­ga­tor Nubuk strap sourced from Louisiana. Or al­ter­na­tively, a satin brushed and pol­ished stain­less steel case with cool blue ap­pliques, again fit­ted with a dark blue al­li­ga­tor leather Nubuk strap. Th­ese two dif­fer­ing colours and ma­te­ri­als pro­vide a choice of a warm and clas­si­cally com­fort­able time­piece or a slightly cooler, more sleek look­ing watch.

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