|Reference:||PAM00578 (aka: PAM578, PAM 578)|
|Name:||Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio Lo Scienziato|
|Limited:||Yes, 150 units|
“Lo Scienziato” skeletonised tourbillon collection, dedicated to the Tuscan genius Galileo Galilei, who with his discoveries laid the foundations for the development of mechanical timepieces, is the most prestigious result of the research and development carried out by the Laboratorio di Idee of the Panerai Manufacture in Neuchâtel.
Lo Scienziato – Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Titanio, Special Edition limited to only 150 examples belongs to this distinguished series.
First Panerai tourbillon calibre in titanium with fine skeletonized bridges and plates, introduced in 2016.
Thanks to the lower density of this material – about half that of the brass of which these components are normally made – the overall weight of the movement is 35% less than that of the P.2005/S skeletonised version.
The long power reserve of six days is achieved by the three spring barrels connected in series, and the power remaining is shown by a special indicator on the back of the movement.
All this fine work of skeletonising enables the fascinating details to be admired, such as the winding and unwinding of the spring inside each barrel, the intricate interconnection of the wheel work and in particular the rotation of the tourbillon cage, which, in the version patented by Panerai, is fundamentally different from the normal arrangement.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Additional 24 Hour Hand (adjustable), Day / Night Indication, Small Seconds|
|Additionals:||Power Reserve Indicator, Tourbillon Escapement|