An Italian Man , watch maker just revealed its new Panerai Ferrari California flyback chronograph watch that celebrates the current introduction from the red-hot Panerai Ferrari California watch cabriolet.
As you can tell around the photos, the timepiece comes covered with a 45mm stainless situation having a cushion-formed profile with blown surfaces contrasting nicely with polished elements around the lugs and situation corners.
The brand new Panerai Ferrari California watch comes operated by an extremely average OP XIX self-winding movement.
In line with the well-recognized to the timepiece-collecting crowd ETA Valjoux 7750 chronograph movement, the OP Quality XIX beats in a standard frequency of 28,800 vph.
The Swiss made movement, that is formally licensed like a chronometer by COSC (Controle Officiel Suisse plusieurs Chronometres,) also provides a coulisse-lever switcher because of its chronograph mechanism, which simplifies the timepiece and causes it to be cheaper to fabricate, but additionally causes it to be slightly inferior to classic chronos that sported column-wheel design.
All having said that it's absurd the watch will sell in a suggested street cost of $12,000. Indeed, vanity is simply another type of tax.
Its three-dimensional dial with red and black color theme features the "Ferrari" and "California" insignias (I suppose, individuals add about $5000 towards the grand total) and two sub-dials on 3 and 9 o'clock.
The main one at 9 o'clock includes a subsidiary seconds hands and yet another, that is placed symmetrically at 3 o'clock, is restricted to a 30-minute chronograph counter. Of course, the panerai ferrari california flyback chronograph chronograph seconds hands is placed in the actual center, also being employed as a tachymeter indicator.
Some modern chronographs get their tachymeter scales printed directly on the bezel, that one is printed around the bezel flange, underneath the thick azure very.
The famous "Prancing Horse" emblem you can observe around the winding crown is complemented with similar emblem engraved around the movement's rotor.