A chronograph and a tourbillon – the quintessence of Haute Horlogerie
Added to Parmigiani Fleurier's Haute Horlogerie collection in 2009, the Tondagraphe celebrates the complex pairing of a chronograph and a tourbillon within the same calibre. These two complications, which are very difficult to combine, are fundamental in measuring the time and lend the Tondagraphe its power.
Hand-wound, tourbillon, chronograph
The PF354 movement, produced entirely in-house, contains no fewer than 295 components and has a power reserve of 72 hours. Its value can be appreciated in the minute details of its decoration, and reflects the degree of excellence upheld by the Parmigiani Fleurier watchmaking centre. The bevelling of the tourbillon bridge and the circular graining on the barrel are both visible. Each calibre bears the inimitable hallmark of originality conferred by the craftsman's hand.
Hours, minutes, Small second, Chronograph, Power reserve, Tourbillon