No. 668 7608 8454 R, Oris 668 self-winding movement, based on ETA 2893-2, polished and frosted round stainless steel case, sapphire crystal, safety lock crown, black Dial with corrugated decoration, luminous material filled hands and hour markers, central seconds hand, date indicator at 6 o’clock, second time zone hand with orange arrow, waterproof to 300 meters.
The two places in the watch and the sports style are often dependent on each other, which is also in line with the wearing habits of many people-people who often travel around the world should also love sports. This two-hour watch incorporates many diving-related elements into the design. The wavy dial is shaped like sparkling waters, and the streamlined hour markers mean small boats traveling in the water, even the hour and minute hands. They all incorporate the shape of a submarine. The water resistance of 300 meters is enough to give you a try of diving in exotic seas.
In 2012, Glashütte reappeared the German classic and made a completely new design for the Pano series. Among them, the ultra-complex function PanoGraph flew back to the chronograph. It is the most popular among critics and collectors. Favor of home. In 2000, Glashütte released the PanoRetroGraph with a gong, which can sound the time when the countdown ends. The launch of the watch made the world marvel at the depth and complexity of German craftsmanship. The eccentric dial design is a German classic Elements, the complex mechanical process of flyback timing, laid an important position for Glashütte watches in the field of complex mechanical watches. In 2002, the PanoGraph flyback chronograph was released again. Although compared with PanoRetroGraph, it has less countdown sound design, but the complexity is still more than the perpetual calendar function. The launch of PanoGraph has also attracted the attention of collectors.
The PanoGraph flyback chronograph inherits the classics and brings a modern feel to the design elements. With a large diameter design (40mm diameter) and a larger eccentric faceplate design, the PanoGraph is a classic reproduction of today. On the left side of the dial is the hour / minute dial and small seconds. The Glashütte large date display is as striking as the previous model at four o’clock. This watch’s extraordinary thirty-minute flyback chronograph features three scales every ten minutes and three separate hands, a modern interpretation of the original design. The two buttons of the chronograph function are located at the four and two o’clock positions of the case, and the dial is marked with ‘Start-Stop’ and ‘Flyback’ in black font. The latter is used to reset the chronograph hands and the former is used to reset the zeros. Timing.
PanoGraph uses a red gold case. The hour dial, hour hand, and flyback chronograph hands in the main dial are rose gold, and the second hand is also rose gold. The visual effects of this watch are simple and clear, reflecting the beauty of simplicity and harmony; like all dials of the Pano eccentric series, this design is based on the golden ratio, which has been respected by artists from ancient times to today and is used in In their outstanding artistic, musical and architectural works.
At the center of this extreme watch is a manual winding movement 61-03 designed by Glashütte. The manual winding timing device in the traditional conversion wheel controls a variety of timing functions, including start, stop, zeroing and flyback functions, and can be reset to zero without stopping first. All these functions can be controlled with two timing buttons on the right side of the dial. Through the sapphire crystal case back, the classic features of the collection and the craftsmanship of the Glashütte movement are clearly visible, including the three-quarter splint decorated with Glashütte’s traditional threads, gold sleeves, balance screws and gooseneck trim. PanoGraph comes with a black Louisiana alligator strap or brown frayed alligator strap that is slightly wider than previous models.