The three watches exhibited at the Baselworld 2012 are classics that combine technology and art perfectly. PanoReserve interprets the perfect combination of maturity and refinement. The dial is asymmetrical. The red gold model uses a silver dial, a larger case and a fine bezel, which highlights the true essence of perfect art. The hour and minute hands are off-center, and the red-gold hands, hour markers, and small seconds dial are carefully deployed.
Just below the four o’clock on the warm silver dial is Glashütte’s unique large date display. The elegant power reserve indicator on the dial has also attracted the attention of countless connoisseurs. Glashütte’s large date and power reserve are marked in German, which subtly reflects Glashütte’s superb watchmaking craftsmanship, and is truly a successor of the Saxon factory with a history of more than 165 years.
Both PanoReserve watches have a polished and striped stainless steel case for a new visual effect.
One of them uses a warm silver dial with the hour scale in the hour / minute dial, a large date display with white text on a black background, and a power reserve display area with blue steel hands.
Another stainless steel model is equipped with a gray ruthenium dial, white gold hands, nickel hour markers, and a large date display on a gray background with white letters under the power reserve display.
The center of PanoReserve is decorated with 48 jewels, manually wound movement 65-01, and a power reserve of 42 hours. Opening the sapphire crystal case, it is striking the double gooseneck fine-tuned movement, hand-engraved balance plate and threaded balance.
Three-quarters cleats with traditional Glashütte threads are engraved with threaded gold sleeves and blue screws. The new PanoReserve comes with a black or brown Louisiana alligator leather strap; colors and decorations vary.