Since its establishment in 1845, Glashütte Original has carried on a watchmaking tradition embodied 175 years later by the PanoLunarTourbillon, a true work of art with sophisticated engravings. The timepieces from the Pano collection by Glashütte Original are striking creations that stand out due to the design of their dial, in which decorated counters are framed by the PanoLunarTourbillon platinum case.

The PanoLunarTourbillon features hours, minutes, flying tourbillon with small seconds, Panorama Date, moonphase display, with a power reserve of 48 hours. A limited-edition of 25 pieces
The PanoLunarTourbillon features hours, minutes, flying tourbillon with small seconds, Panorama Date, moonphase display, with a power reserve of 48 hours. A limited-edition of 25 pieces

The hour-and-minute subdial and the flying tourbillon with small seconds are on the left of the dial, the right side features a moon-phase display set against a blue night sky, which is characteristic of the Glashütte Original Panorama Date. The skeleton hour and minute hands, the indexes, and the blued steel small second-hand feature blue accents typical of watches from Glashütte.

The craftsmanship of Glashütte Original on full display, highlighting the flying tourbillon...
The craftsmanship of Glashütte Original on full display, highlighting the flying tourbillon...
...moonphase indicator...
...moonphase indicator...
...and signature Panorama date window.
...and signature Panorama date window.

All designs on the front of the dial get engraved at Glashütte Original’s factory in Pforzheim. The engravers work freehand, without a pattern, using a chisel to carve the design into the solid gold dial blanks. This process comprises 27 steps and takes a whole day to complete.

The spectacular engraved dial, a complex process taking 27 steps, and a full day to complete.
The spectacular engraved dial, a complex process taking 27 steps, and a full day to complete.

The flying tourbillon oscillates on the left side of the dial. This complication improves the watch’s precision: thanks to this “whirlwind,” where the entire oscillation and escapement system revolve on its axis once per minute. The PanoLunarTourbillon runs on an automatic movement – caliber 93-12. The watch features a 48-hour power reserve and a fully built-in moon-phase mechanism. The sapphire crystal of the case back reveals the satin-brushed and sunray finishes, the blued screws, and the polished and beveled edges of the movement.

Elaborate engravings adorn the back as well, the automatic movement Calibre 93-12 revealed through the sapphire crystal case back.
Elaborate engravings adorn the back as well, the automatic movement Calibre 93-12 revealed through the sapphire crystal case back.
Elaborate engravings adorn the back as well, the automatic movement Calibre 93-12 revealed through the sapphire crystal case back.

As a crowning touch, the skeletonized off-center rotor gets fitted with a 21K gold oscillating mass. A decorative screw-mounted stainless-steel plate shows the words “Flying Tourbillon” engraved and gilded in gold. The new watch features a Louisiana alligator leather strap in blue with a platinum deployment clasp.

Glashütte Original PanoLunarTourbillon Limited Edition, Ref. 1-93-12-01-03-30

Technical Specifications

Movement

Caliber 93-12, automatic movement with an exquisite finish. Hour and minute functions and flying tourbillon with small seconds, Panorama Date, moon-phase display. 21,600 vph frequency, equivalent to 3 Hz. 48-hour power reserve.

Case

Platinum, front and back sapphire crystal, water-resistant to 5 bar. 40.0 mm in diameter and 13.1 mm high.

Dial

Hand-engraved solid gold, galvanized silver with accents.

Strap

Louisiana alligator leather strap in blue with platinum deployment clasp.

Limited edition of 25 pieces.

Glashütte Original PanoLunarTourbillon Limited Edition, Ref. 1-93-12-01-03-30