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Glasshutte PanoInverse XL


I’m totally down with this PanoInverse XL from Glashutte. For some reason I’m drawn to GO recently – I saw the factory first hand so I think that’s what’s causing me to cast my gimlet eye over to Germany rather than Switzerland.

The Glashütte Original PanoInverse XL was introduced at Basel 2008. It uses a manufacture Caliber 66 hand wound movement. The hand-engraved duplex swan-neck bridge is visually impressive. Although what is even more impressive, is the large balance wheel that oscillates below the bridge 28,800 times per hour.

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  1. John,
    I agree this watch is fantastic and so is Glashutte Original. I saw this watch in person a couple weeks ago at an AD in the Northeastern US. It is a real eye catcher but the dial is pretty busy, almost too busy, in my view.
    I read your blog regularly and enjoy it – thanks and happy watch blogging!

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