Introducing: The New Limited Edition Laurent Ferrier Galet Micro-Rotor In Platinum With Enamel Dial (Live Pics, Official Pricing)
Enamel isn’t new for Laurent Ferrier, yet it is on the Galet Micro-Rotor, having existed uniquely on the Galet Traveler and Tourbillon beforehand. Underneath you can see one of the finish tourbillons on my wrist, with an instance of 41 mm and shocking smooth white dial.
Laurent Ferrier Galet Tourbillon Enamel Dial
This look, with decorated roman numerals on a great feu finish dial, is reproduced now in this exceptional Galet Micro-Rotor. Gone are the “Tourbillon” content that you’d see at 6 o’clock, and the accents are presently in a lovely blue around the sub-seconds. The dial is just shocking, all things considered – and honestly, a white finish dial is something I wish we saw more of.
The instance of this polish dial Galet is presently in platinum.
What’s more is that in addition to the fact that LF upgraded the dial here, however they likewise redesigned the case. The Galet Micro-Rotor is just consistently accessible in white and rose gold, however here, it is in strong 950 platinum. The additional weight is dynamite, and because of the veneer dial, the case back here should be in a bad way down rather than cut, requiring the case size to go up to 41 mm from 40 mm. In all honesty, I don’t figure anybody will mind on a watch this special.
For what could be a definitive version of one of a definitive time-just watches made today? $95,000. Just 18 will be made altogether – at a pace of only a few every year – with the principal model being conveyed in early December.
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