It sure is chintu

Jan 11, 2022,16:37 PM

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Any Parmigiani fans here?

 By: amg786w : January 9th, 2022-17:41
Hello everyone, Been a while since I last posted. I hope everyone is well considering everything going on around the world, also hope the new year has been met favorably for all. I have been rather busy on the watch front in trying to hunt down some perso...  

So glad to see the Ovale here!!!

 By: jleno : January 9th, 2022-17:54
Such a cool and unique complication, and the movement is a favorite of mine as well! Would love to see the time lapse if you can post it!

Agree on everything you’ve mentioned J.

 By: amg786w : January 9th, 2022-18:05
Would love to share the time lapse, but the video does not appear when I attempt to upload from my phone? Sorry that this is turning into an IT related thread but perhaps someone can suggest how I do this? In the meantime a few more pics to tantalize! ...  

Great shots!

 By: jleno : January 9th, 2022-20:18
I remember trying a on Tonda 1950 once, the Hermes strap felt fantastic.

A masterpiece

 By: chintu : January 11th, 2022-16:08
As far as I know this is the only manufacturer that ever produced a watch with Pantographe feature. A very complex piece of horological engineering.

It sure is chintu

 By: amg786w : January 11th, 2022-16:37

Congrats on such a fantastic piece.

 By: mj23 : January 9th, 2022-18:26
Both front and back are fantastic

Thank you mj23.

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:01
You’re quite right, it’s hard to choose which side to stare at! Lol

totally agree

 By: Gelato Monster : January 10th, 2022-01:22

Thanks, G M.

 By: amanico : January 10th, 2022-06:22

Thank you amanico

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:02
You’re totally right, so much in one nifty and heavy package!

A BIG fan of that movement!

 By: Bruno.M1 : January 9th, 2022-18:35
Extremely well finished!

Thanks Bruno.M1

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:03
under a loupe it’s something’s else! The bridge and interior angle work are joys to look at!

Just fantastic, congratulations!

 By: g_schroder : January 9th, 2022-18:36
I saw the Ovale Pantographe in the metal years ago when I was first really getting into watches and horology, and have loved it since. Such a beautiful example of what Michel and the folks are Parmigiani are able to accomplish. It's also a watch that real... 

Aww g.schroeder

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:06
You absolutely spot on there. The delicacy of the hands and how they move is truly a work or art! They executed an amazing watch design with engineering to match!

Such a amazing and beautiful watch . Love these hands

 By: Watchonthewrist : January 9th, 2022-19:25
Definitely some amazing watches in there previous and current lines

Could agree more Watchonthewrist.

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:08
I particularly love the Kalpa and the Metrographe amongst quite a few other PF watches

Thank you Fabr for the kind words.

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:10
VERY underrated. However, it lets the geeks access them more freely. Definitely for ‘folks who know’. Their customer service is also second to none. Such a personable approach to their customers

Remarkable watch

 By: Cozmopak : January 9th, 2022-20:53
I’ve had my eye on these for some time. Would love to see one in the metal.

Thanks Cozmopak.

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:11
Would love to share n show over a coffee

Th is holdemchamp.

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:12
The hands are sublime as they do their dance!

Hi Oyster Case. Definitely poetic.

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:14
From the movement, hands and those tear drop style lugs and case shape. Nice to know ppl appreciate it

Beautiful watch!

 By: shafran : January 10th, 2022-09:56
I actually have the same one in rose gold!. ...  

Hi Shafran. Congratulations

 By: amg786w : January 10th, 2022-17:16
As they say, mine says hi 👋. Looks gorgeous in the rose. How long have you owned for and what are your thoughts/ feelings since ownership?

Only 3 months

 By: shafran : January 10th, 2022-17:55
It's a very special watch. It wears large, but I like that.

A very clever design...

 By: pv45 : January 10th, 2022-11:37
...I’m a big fan of PF’s previous models over the direction of their latest designs which seems so bland compared to stunning pieces link the Ovale. Great to see this watch on here!

You’re macros are terrific; especially the first one.

 By: TheMadDruid : January 10th, 2022-21:04
I used to think this brand was unfairly under appreciated but it seems more and more Forumers are posting their pieces here. So many are as good as anything available. ...  

Congratulations, and bravo.

 By: Age_of_Surfaces : January 11th, 2022-07:18
It's nice to see someone who wanders off the beaten path and then, once there, takes another detour far, far into the thickets. This watch isn't just 'deep PF,' it's inside the company's most recondite work. If I'm correct, the movement adapted for this w... 

Thanks for the kind words Age_Of_surfaces.

 By: amg786w : January 11th, 2022-13:32
Definitely agree with you and in my opinion one their iconic tour de forces of watchmaking. I must say, apart from the usual run of the mill pieces I normally like to collect, I also love researching and hunting down those left-field watches. Would be nic...