Planetarium Tri-Axial Tourbillon
Planetarium Tri-Axial Tourbillon
  • New creation

Planetarium Tri-Axial Tourbillon

$817,000
Planetarium Tri-Axial Tourbillon A terrestrial, hand-painted globe rotating in 24 hours, offering an intuitive view of time all over the world. The globe is made of titanium, whilst the hand-painted miniature represents a map from the 17th - 18th Century.
Key features
Planetarium Tri-Axial Tourbillon
99290B52P951-BA6A
  • Watch
    • Case
      • Case Material :
        Pink Gold
      • Case Diameter :
        40
      • Case-back :
        sapphire crystal
      • Dial Color :
        gold
      • Water Resistance :
        3 atm
      • Diamond setting :
        162 baguette-cut diamonds ~24.40 cts, crown set with 1 rose-cut diamond ~0.45 ct
    • Strap
      • Strap Material :
        Alligator leather
      • Buckle :
        Pink gold triple-folding buckle
  • Movement
    • Calibre
      • Number :
        GP09310-0001
      • Type :
        manual winding mechanical
      • Diameter :
        36.10 mm (16''')
      • Height :
        16.87 mm
      • Frequency :
        21,600 Vib/h – (3 Hz)
      • Number of components :
        386
      • Jewels :
        42
      • Oscillating weight :
      • Power reserve :
        min. 64h
    • Functions
      • day_and_night, hours_and_minutes, moonphases, small_seconds_on_the_tourbillon, tri_axial_tourbillon
Planetarium Tri-Axial Tourbillon

Defying gravity

The Planetarium Tri-axial is one of the very few triple-axis Tourbillon in the watch industry. It defies gravity with the spectacular high speed 3D rotation of its Tourbillon, but also with its terrestrial globe making a rotation in 24 hours, offering an intuitive view of the time all over the world. Its impressive case design incorporates two sapphires domes and a side opening allwoing to admire the tourbillon from all angles.

The Calibre GP09310-0001

The Calibre GP09310-0001

Diverse components and finishes of the movement refer to Girard-Perregaux's DNA: the gold-arrow shaped and half arrow-shaped Bridges on the back of the movement that hold the finissage geartrain; the lyre shape of the Tourbillon cage, recognized throughout the watchmaking world as one of the signature of the Brand since the 1880s; the engraved eagle on the back, symbol of the Manufacture used since 1867.

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