Antoine Preziuso Tourbillon of Tourbillons
Featured above: Winner of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) Innovation and Public Prize awards, the Antoine Preziuso Tourbillon of Tourbillons features three tourbillons rotating on a revolving plate. The manually wound movement beets at 21,600 vibrations per hour and contains six ball bearings as well as double serial barrels. The steel case measures 45 millimeters in diameter.
Glashütte Original PanoLunar Tourbillon
The Glashütte Original PanoLunar Tourbillon, originally introduced just a year after the Pano line in 2013, features a uniquely arranged dial placing the filagreed flying tourbillon front and center. The model featured here is powered by a caliber 93-.2 automatic movement. Additional functions include off-center hour and minutes, small seconds, moon phase and panorama date. The Glashütte Original PanoLunar Tourbillon is presented in a red gold case measuring 40 millimeters in diameter.
Glashütte Original Grande Cosmopolite Tourbillon
Introduced just this year, the Glashütte Original Grande Cosmopolite Tourbillon features a world timer featuring any two of 37 world time zones. Home time is presented at 6 o’clock on a 240hour subdial with day and night indication, while destination time is showcased on the main dial. The timepiece is powered by a Caliber 89-01 manually wound movement housed in a 48 millimeter platinum case with exhibition caseback.