As the 2014 Basel Watch Fair is approaching, the famous watch brand Glashütte has launched the new PanoMaticInverse watch. This series can be said to be Glashütte’s most influential watch series. This time, The new products launched have also attracted the attention of many people.
Since the introduction of the double gooseneck fine-tuning device in 2002, Glashütte immediately became a model design with both technological innovation and aesthetic significance in the field of top watches. The design of this function can be described as the essence of human’s aesthetics of mechanical manufacturing, and it also expresses an emotional pursuit of the aesthetics of the movement and a respect for traditional technology.
The new PanoMaticInverse watch previewed at Basel 2014 is equipped with the new Calibre 91-02 movement, which provides a 42-hour power reserve with a diameter of 42 mm. The iconic eccentric design shows the hours, minutes, seconds, classic The large calendar display window is also one of Glashütte’s classic elements.
Of course, in addition to the exquisite blue steel screws and ruby bearings on the typical German rhodium-plated dial is also particularly elegant. The exposed gooseneck trim also proves that the watch has a strong and precise technical guarantee. The double gooseneck springs independently adjust the speed and positioning of the oscillation system.
The right gooseneck trimmer spring is used to adjust the fast and slow hands, it can lengthen or shorten the balance spring, thereby speeding up or slowing down the movement. The gooseneck trimmer spring on the left is used to push the screw balance spring bracket, thereby adjusting the end of the hairspring, or ‘falling distance’. Similar settings or pre-adjustments are done with hairspring clips and screws; fine-tuning is achieved with screws and gooseneck springs.