Glashütte Original PanoMaticLunar is Unmistakable in Forest Green

Inspired by the natural beauty of Saxony’s Ore Mountains, watchmaker Glashütte Original dressed its PanoMaticLunar dial in the shade of forest green. The project was brought to life in the brand’s dial manufactory in Pforzheim, Germany, where seasoned experts employed a multi-tiered process. First, they coated the dial in galvanic nickel and then sprayed it with black lacquer to establish a signature dégradé effect. Next, they applied a coat of transparent green lacquer to generate a special colour gradient, which renders no two dials exactly the same. As a result, an already special watch achieves an even greater level of aesthetic distinction.

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Glashutte Original PanoMaticLunar Green moon phase

To drive home the nature theme, Glashütte Original incorporated a silver-coloured moon inside the watch’s moon phase display. Flanked by the green dial, the moon takes on the qualities of a shimmering mountain lake. Upon waning within the aperture, it gives way to a night sky of silver stars, the result of a galvanic procedure. Because these flourishes remain relatively subtle, they don’t overpower the watch or relay any sort of gimmicky effect.

Glashutte Original PanoMaticLunar Green date

You can also expect the latest design touch-ups that continue to make the Pano Collection so unmistakable in the first place. Amongst them are off-centred dial displays, which call upon the Golden Ratio and appear on the left half of the dial face. On the right-hand side, a Panorama Date appears outside both auxiliary dials in the 4 o‘clock position. Above that is the silver-accented moon phase display.

Glashutte Pano movement

Flip the watch over to peer through a transparent window of sapphire crystal and behold the Calibre 90-02 manufactory movement. It features a duplex swan-neck fine adjustment and other signature Glashütte details like blue screws, a three-quarter plate, screw-mounted gold chatons, and decorative finishes. Beating at an oscillating frequency of 4 Hz, the movement delivers a 42-hour power reserve.

Glashutte Original PanoMaticLunar Green

With its rich green hues, Glashütte Original’s latest Pano emanates with unmistakable attraction. What starts as an intense shade of green slowly changes to black as it reaches the case edges. The watch will arrive in Glashütte Original boutiques starting in June of this year. Don’t miss it.

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Glashutte Original PanoMaticLunar Green moon phase

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