Luminor Turbillon Equation of Time - 50mm
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Hand-wound mechanical, Panerai P.2005/G calibre, executed entirely by Panerai, 16¼ lignes, 11.04 mm thick, 46 jewels, Glucydur® balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. KIF Parechoc® anti-shock device. Power reserve 4 days, three barrels. 375 components.
Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, Date, Month indicator, Power reserve Indicator on the back, Equation of time, Sunrise/Sunset times, Sky map on the back, Tourbillon
Diameter 50 mm, 18 ct. Brushed Pink Gold
Polished Pink Gold
See - through sapphire crystal
Black with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers. Date and month indicator at 3 o’clock, seconds and tourbillon indicator at 9 o’clock, equation of time indicator at 6 o’clock. Sunrise indicator at 8 o’clock and sunset indicator at 4 o’clock on the outer edge.
"10 bar (~100 metres)"
Alligator Dark brown, Ecru Stitching, 26/22.0 XL size
THE P.2005/G PANERAI MOVEMENT.
In making L’Astronomo, the Panerai Manufacture has created a watch that is completely personalised, enriched by an element which is fundamental to its character: the map of the night sky visible on the back of the watch, through the sandblasted crystal which covers the rotating sky map. With this watch the client nominates a selected location, the name of which is recorded on the back together with its coordinates.
"Gold is a very dense metal, soft, highly ductile and malleable. The special alloys used by Officine Panerai are characterised by their great resistance and natural colour. The pink gold alloy used, 4N, is a combination of gold, silver and copper. It contains a smaller percentage of copper than red gold, giving it a soft pink colour"
The P.2005/G is expressed in the particular characteristics of the regulating organ perfected by Panerai: the tourbillon cage rotates on an axis perpendicular to the axis of the balance and completes two rotations per minute. This rate of rotation ensures greater accuracy and better compensation for the effects of the force of gravity (registered patent). The sophisticated movement of L’Astronomo’s tourbillon, a most striking expression of horological art, can be admired through the back, while on the dial it is revealed by a little circular indicator in the small seconds dial at 9 o’clock, which rotates at twice the speed of the seconds hand because it moves at the same speed as the tourbillon cage.Discover calibre