Glashutte Original PanoMaticReserve XL to Support Cancer Research

Dec 07, 2009
Forty luxury timepieces from a number of illustrious brands were put up for a charity auction, which occurred on November 26th at Patrizzi & Co in Milan. All proceeds raised from the auction have been donated to assist cancer research.

It was the Glashutte Original watch company, which introduced the PanoMaticReserve XL watch, the most astounding timekeeper of the event. This mechanical watch is sculptured in stainless steel and is accented with audacious touches of yellow. Equipped with a power reserve indicator, as well as an exceptional "panorama" large date display, it represents a fine union of iconic German watchmaking values and sports-themed elegant design.

The Glashutte Original PanoMaticReserve XL watch comes with a case, measuring 42 mm in diameter. The watch case features an extremely attractive lustrous finish, which is achieved due to PVD treatment. It produces a powerful effect, along with a satin black matte dial.

The dial of the Glashutte Original watch is completed with a minute track, small seconds counter, panorama date, as well as the power reserve scale, performed in brilliant yellow. The dial also exposes shapely alpha hour and minute hands, rendered in polished steel and finished in Superluminova material. Thus, the robust low-light visibility is ensured. Enhancing the beauty of this sportive model is a "Trieste" fabric strap, which reveals two rows of neon yellow stitching.

The unique Glashutte Original PanoMaticReserve XL watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, accommodates an in-house manufactured movement - Caliber 90-03. It demonstrates a number of elements inherent to the celebrated Saxon watchmaking: ribbing and beveled edges on the bridges, hand-engraved surfaces, as well as blued steel screws.

The list of the distinctive technical features, Glashutte Original is characterized by, is highlighted by a duplex system of swan-neck springs, meant for fine tuning the rate and beat, as well as a three quarter winding rotor with a 21K gold peripheral mass. The movement features an oversized balance wheel, moving back and forth at 28,800 vibrations per hour. It incorporates eighteen diminutive, yet precious screws, sculptured in gold.


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