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From Glashütte Original, a PanoMaticLunar with soft pink...
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From Glashütte Original, a PanoMaticLunar with soft pink dial

Tuesday, 03 December 2019
By The FHH Journal editors
The FHH Journal editors

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Following on from a red gold version with blue dial, unveiled in May, Glashütte Original introduces a new iteration of the PanoMaticLunar. Made as a limited edition of 50, its dial displays a delicate opaline pink shade.

The new PanoMaticLunar presents a special play of two distinct colours: the applied hour markers, exquisite moon phase display and sword-shaped hands set blue accents and blend easily into the warm, soft hue of the dial. The characteristic Panorama Date, too, with its white numerals on blue discs, takes up the rich blue hue and stands in harmonious contrast to the rose opaline dial. This special colour is the result of a special galvanization procedure performed in the watchmaker’s in-house dial manufactory in Pforzheim, Germany. The process involves placing the dial for a precisely specified length of time in a galvanic bath under a constant electrical charge in order to achieve the desired soft hue.

PanoMaticLunar © Glasshütte Original
PanoMaticLunar © Glasshütte Original

As is the case with all models in the Pano Collection, this new limited edition presents a convincing design. The dial, with its characteristic off-centre displays, is framed by a polished and satin-brushed stainless-steel case. The auxiliary dials for hours and minutes and the small seconds dial are aligned along a vertical axis within the left half of the dial, while the Panorama Date is positioned to the right at 4 o’clock. The heart of the PanoMaticLunar is the Calibre 90-02 automatic movement. The sapphire glass case back offers a clear view of the finely finished mechanism with its traditional elements of Glashütte watchmaking art.

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