Parmigiani Fleurier
Round PF GMT Rattrapante

Did you know of the existence of a model with a split-seconds GMT function? This unprecedented combination was unveiled at the last Watches and Wonders thanks to Parmigiani Fleurier, which equips its Tonda PF collection with an original system for indicating the second time zone. Indeed, on the dial, the two hour hands are perfectly superimposable. By pressing the push-piece at 8 o'clock, the rhodium-plated hand will move forward in one-hour increments to set the local time, while the pink gold hand will indicate home time. Pressing the rose gold pusher coaxial to the crown, however, will instantly realign the two Delta hands, leaving room for the beautiful "Milano Blue" dial engraved with a guilloché "Grain d'Orge" motif. The 40 mm-diameter by 10.7 mm-thick steel case houses the manufactory-made PF051 calibre (30 mm diameter, 4.93 mm thick, 207 components, 21,600 vib/h, 48-hour power reserve, pink gold micro-rotor, circular-grained plate, côtes de Genève bridges), mechanical with automatic winding and visible through the sapphire crystal on the back side. The beautiful steel bracelet has a polished and satin-finished surface and is fitted with a folding clasp. Water resistance is guaranteed up to a pressure of 6 atmospheres.

Price26,000 Swiss francs.