Original PanoMaticChrono

    The PanoMaticChrono is fashioned in 18-karat rose gold with sapphire crystals on top and bottom. It features automatic movement with decentralized hour and minute display, small second, second-hand adjustment, chronograph function with second stop display on the second dial level, fly-back function, and panorama date. Inside Information: The PanoMaticChrono was Watch of the Year in 2005, offering a completely new dial while featuring complicated new movement technology. The intelligent winding mechanism ensures high-rate precision: A bidirectional winding rotor with a stepped gear passes the energy on to twin serially operating spring barrels, guaranteeing that this movement perfectly matches the kinetic behavior of its wearer.

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