• Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90
  • Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum<br>with caliber 90

Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum with caliber 90

Brand:Glashutte
Model:PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200
Year:Contemporary
Material:Platinum
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:39mm
Size - length including lugs:45mm
Condition:Excellent
Box:Yes
Paper:Yes
Price:$Upon request

Beautiful Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve LE 43/200 in platinum with caliber 90

Stunning Glashutte PanoMatic Reserve limited edition 43/200 in platinum with round black dial. Three platinum sub dials appear on the dial, power reserve on the upper right with engraved next “ Gangreserve”, the second sub dial at 7 o’clock and the main sub dial on the left with the hours and minutes. The date window is at 4 o’clock “Panoramadatum”. At 6 o’clock appears “PanoMatic Reserve – Made in Germany”. The aesthetic of the dial is just magnificent. The crown comes with a black cabochon. The watch has an exhibition crystal sapphire case back with engraved around “N 049/200 – 3ATM – Glashutte Original – P950 for platinum”. It is an automatic movement with caliber 90 and 61 jewels. The watch comes with a crocodile grey strap with platinum Glashutte buckle. It is a full set with box, papers and cd.

History

The roots of Glashütte Original reach back to 1845, the year in which the first master watchmakers settled in Glashütte. They realized their dream of an independent Saxon watchmaking industry. As a direct descendent of their art, today Glashütte Original carries their vision forth into the 21st century. Glashutte started in 1994 with the Treuhand privatization agency, which signed an agreement with the Bavarian entrepreneurs, Heinz W Pfeifer and Alfred Wallner. These Franconian businessmen brought stability to the company and finance new reliable mechanical calibers. These included manual wound and automatic movements, as well as refinements such as tourbillons, calendar movements and chronographs. For example, the “PanoRetroGraph” with its mechanical countdown feature that gently chimes at the end of the time that has been set. In 1998, Aureus private equity of Switzerland acquired 51% of the company. The company produces more than 90% of its components in-house and uses its own movements with 10 proprietary movement innovations. In 2000, the company became part of the Swatch Group.

Technical details

Glashutte automatic movement with caliber 90 with 61 jewels, 28,800 A/h and 42 hours of power reserve.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 39mm
Length including lugs: 45mm

Price: $Upon request