The waltz of telescopic hands – the heritage of restoration
The pantograph complication enchants the observer as its hands perform a subtle dance to the passage of time. Seemingly following the outline of the oval dial by the power of magic, the pantograph hands brush the perimeter of the watch, as if majestically showcasing the time as they travel. Their waltz is hypnotic.
Hand-wound, power reserve movement
The basic movement used in the Ovale Pantographe is the oldest created by Parmigiani Fleurier: the calibre PF110 was designed for the Kalpa Hebdomadaire line. This was the first movement ever created by Michel Parmigiani. With the addition of the retractable hand module, the new movement, known as the PF111, combines a pantograph on a hand-wound movement with a power reserve of 8 days.
Hours, minutes, Date, Power reserve, Pantograph