The watch is a measure of time. In the operation of the watch, it is inevitable that there will be time errors. For a long time, people have been pursuing the strict precision of time. Thus, the chronograph chronograph was born. It is a watch that can accurately measure any elapsed time with the push of a button.
Panerai’s exquisite and elegant design perfectly combines the brand’s classic design with high-performance sports watch technology. It shined at the 2013 Geneva Watch Fair (2013 SIHH) held on January 21-25, 2013, Geneva local time. Debut.
The new watch uses a 47mm diameter frosted titanium case with a classic crown bridge protection device. The crown is locked to ensure water resistance up to 10 bar (equivalent to a depth of 100 meters). The black dial has a simple design, consisting of two overlapping dials, coated with Super-LumiNova in the middle. This is the structural feature of Panerai watches since the 1930s, which effectively ensures that the watch is dark and underwater. Under the circumstances, it has excellent reading performance. Dial with luminous dots and linear hour markers, minute timer at 3 o’clock, power reserve display at 6 o’clock, small seconds dial at 9 o’clock, central chronograph and double-second hand Outside.
The case back has a 12-sided design, and you can enjoy the precision P.2006 movement of the watch through the sapphire crystal glass assembled in the central position. The movement uses a patented system of three barrels with a power reserve of up to 8 days. It also has a dual-seconds tracking function. This function is also called a dual-seconds chronograph. The two seconds hands overlap each other and some positions are independent. A second hand is used for timing, and can be started and stopped only by the button at 8 o’clock, or even redesigned. The second hand is controlled by the button at 10 o’clock for calculating the split time, or Calculate the time of another activity at the same time as the first indicator. In order to easily identify the indicators, the minute hand of the watch does not use continuous movement, instead it displays the time by beating a small grid every minute. Comes with a rubber strap engraved with the brand logo.
The complexity of the chase chronograph makes it more difficult to produce than the tourbillon model, and the accuracy required requires the same skills as a minute repeater. The chase chronograph is definitely one of the most complicated watches in the world. In terms of the distance between the chase wheel and the chase needle, the chase must pass through a large distance to be connected to the central axis. If there are any flaws on it, such as a cylinder that is not perfect, problems will occur, not to mention that the shaft is about 11 to 12 cm long, but only one hair is wide in diameter.
Glashütte’s original dual chronograph chronograph is equipped with more than 400 parts and uses a four-year Cal.99 hand-wound movement to achieve stable energy delivery and reduce movement wear through the first heart-shaped dual-caliper brake system. Two needs. This watch is equipped with a transparent case back that can see the movement of the movement, and you can fully appreciate the mechanical structure of the chase mechanism.
In addition to the complicated double-tracking function, the most demanded feature of this movement is his timing and running stability. The stable power output and braking structure make his accuracy rare in the chronograph. Absolutely first class in polishing.
This is the world’s first watch with the performance of a one-minute tourbillon, a sesame-finish transmission, and a two-second rattrapante stopwatch. It pays tribute to Gnter Blmlein, who also died in 2001. Lange’s unparalleled technical achievements.
Lange Sesame Chain Tourbillon Dual Chasing Chronograph. This watch is equipped with a Cal.L903.0 manual winding movement. It has a tourbillon device and a dual chasing chronograph stopwatch function. It adopts the sesame refining system and gooseneck fine adjustment The device has many complicated craftsmanship and streamlined appearance design. Details show the strict requirements of German watchmaking process.
The Tourbograph Pour le Mrite’s L903.0 hand-finished movement also has up to 465 other parts, and the one-minute tourbillon frame, which is mirror-polished and curved, is composed of 84 parts. In keeping with Lange’s watchmaking tradition, a small shaft decorated with a silver wire frame is set with diamond end stones on each side. In addition, the Tourbograph Pour le Mrite inherits the unique chronograph technology of Datograph and Double Split, equipped with a two-second chronograph chronograph performance with a double column wheel.
The IWC chronograph chronograph has a large, simple German-style dial typical of Portuguese watches, without the use of other decorations, allowing users to read the time clearly. The chronograph hands on the dial are made of blue steel, but the second chronograph seconds hand still uses gold hands for easy identification.
Due to the structure of this double chasing chronograph, it is the exclusive design of IWC. In addition, it has been mature for many years. It is very accurate in terms of timing and zeroing. The chronograph second hand also rebounds very quickly. In addition, because it uses a hand-finished movement, the thickness of the case is not as heavy as that of a traditional hand-traveling watch, and it is very comfortable to carry in the hand.
The existence of these chronographs is a boon for those who strictly pursue time accuracy.