The most technical watch ever created by Parmigiani Fleurier
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Hand-wound type "coaxial" movement
The PF390 movement is formed of seven layers featuring a total of 302 components and is probably the most complex watch movement manufactured by Parmigiani Fleurier to date. This tubular calibre is housed in a cylinder boasting an 80-hour power reserve thanks to its two series-mounted barrels. Its diameter is the same as that of the tourbillon that emerges from the end of the cylinder. The transmission of information from the tubular structure to the dial positioned perpendicular to it is made possible thanks to a worm screw. Moreover, the modular construction of this movement means that it can be removed from its housing just as an engine would be removed from a supercar for important modifications.
Hours, minutes, Tourbillon, Power reserve