PanoRetroGraph

    The PanoRetroGraph comes in an 18-karat rose gold case with sapphire crystals on the top and bottom. The manual-winding movement features decentralized hour and minute displays, small second, and second-hand adjustment. Chronograph function features stop-second, fly-back function, countdown function, sectorial minute counter, and triple-repetition chime on a gong. Inside Information: The PanoRetroGraph is the world’s first mechanical chronograph that can count both forward and backward, in addition to its classic timekeeping functions.

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