Introducing: The Laurent Ferrier Galet Classic Tourbillon With A Sector Dial And A Visible Tourbillon

Introducing: The Laurent Ferrier Galet Classic Tourbillon With A Sector Dial And A Visible Tourbillon

The nuts and bolts of this watch are the same as past Galet Classic Tourbillon models. The white gold case is 41mm with the namesake rock shape, with adjusted edges and tightening hauls. It’s 12.70mm thick, with sapphire gems front and back. Down to the finished ball-formed crown, we’re a lot of managing a watch we know here.

This is the first run through Laurent Ferrier has made a tourbillon that you can see from the dial side of the watch.

But that doesn’t mean this watch isn’t offering anything new. An incredible opposite, truth be told. In the first place, there’s the brushed silver hued two-tone area dial, with the dim record dark area and minutes track around the edge. Abnormally, there’s a Roman numeral “XII” at 12 o’clock, adding a little outdated appeal to the generally current looking design.

The huge news with this watch however is that tourbillon down at six o’clock. You can see it! Laurent Ferrier himself would not like to invert the course of the controller itself for this release – he puts stock in the respectability of the type’s unique plan – so you’re really seeing the rear of the tourbillon from the front of the watch. Ferrier needed to come up with a scaffold structure and a completing plan that would make the rear comparably lovely as the front, letting through huge loads of light and flaunting the hand-work that goes into making the enormous dial-side extension and the tourbillon confine itself. Based on these early images, it unquestionably appears as though he succeeded.

Laurent Ferrier’s own type LF 619.03, with twofold hairspring tourbillon.

Looking from the back, you get the view you’re utilized to in the event that you’ve had a lot of involvement in the previous Galet Classic Tourbillon models. The Caliber LF 619.03 is made of 187 sections – including two hairsprings at the focal point of the tourbillon – and it is beautified and completed to a very serious level. Truly, in the event that you’ve never seen one of these watches in the metal, you’re truly absent out.

This new release of the Laurent Ferrier Galet Classic Tourbillon is valued at $208,000. We’ll have active photographs and more subtleties in the not so distant future, so stay tuned.

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