Glashuette Original PanoInverse  4 Comments


Finally, a brand that heard collectors who have a deep passion for beautiful movements and wanted to see on the dial side what is usually hidden in the back. GO put together this wonderful watch with its intricately engraved double swan neck balance wheel on the front of the watch instead of hiding it away. It may not be a tourbillon but the whole escapement is a joy to look at. The three quarter plate - apart from the watch subdials looks like the usual three quarter plate that one finds on GO's movement backs. The red rubies and blued screws give nice accents and detail to the dial. This is one of my personal favourites of this year's offering from GO and I glad to see how the German company is readily pushing ahead in the design stakes.
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- HT



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