A modern classic: the PanoGraph from Glashütte Original.
I had the opportunity to borrow this PanoGraph for a couple of days for some photography.
The PanoGraph is a chronograph and it has a special way to show the timing of the chronograph.
The chronograph’s remarkable 30-minute totalizer represents the original design in a contemporary look with a supremely elegant set of three cumulative ten-minute scales with three separate pointers.
Two chronograph pushers at 4 and 2 o’clock are labelled in black, START-STOP and FLY-BACK, respectively, the latter indicating the chronograph reset mechanism, the former the standard chronograph timing operations.
Presented in a red gold case with rose gold hour indexes and hands and rose gold stop/seconds hand on the main dial and a rose gold subsidiary seconds hand.
The PanoGraph takes advantage of a larger case (diameter 40.0 mm) and expansive dial to represent the Pano line’s characteristic asymmetric visuals in a distinctly modern and contemporary manner.
Movement calibre 61-03, designed and hand-crafted in the Glashütte Original manufactory. The manually wound column wheel chronograph is outfitted with a classic switching wheel that operates the various chronograph functions, including start, stop, reset and a satisfying flyback mechanism allowing one to reset the chronograph without first having to stop it: all functions are accessible through the two chronograph pushers on the right side of the case. Easily visible through the sapphire crystal case back are the characteristic features and finishings of Glashütte Original movements, including the traditional three-quarter plate with Glashütte ribbing, screw-mounted gold chatons, screw balance, and swan-neck fine adjustment.
Movement in motion!
It give the pics a living feeling
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The PanoGraph looks nice even in soft light.
Also with my other toys The PanoGraph also looks good outside in the sunshine
It is a beautiful watch and I think it has cool way to measure time for the chronograph.
Here's a small explanation of how it works.
Some pics from the assembling of some parts.
(Pics from Glashütte Original media libary)
Thanks to Glashütte Original who give me the opportunity to borrow this PanoGraph!