Panerai.  A Rare Limited Edition Titanium Triple Barrel Dual Time Wristwatch With Perpendicular Tourbillon, Night And Day Indication And Power Reserve
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Panerai. A Rare Limited Edition Titanium Triple Barrel Dual Time Wristwatch With Perpendicular Tourbillon, Night And Day Indication And Power Reserve

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Panerai. A Rare Limited Edition Titanium Triple Barrel Dual Time Wristwatch With Perpendicular Tourbillon, Night And Day Indication And Power Reserve
Signed Officine Panerai, Radomir, Titanium Tourbillon GMT Model, No. K053/125, Ref. OP 6773, PAM 315, Case No. BB 1'345'620, Manufactured in 2008

Cal. P. 2005 three quarter plate nickel-finished triple barrel lever movement, 31 jewels, perpendicular rotating tourbillon parallel to the movement and at right angles to the axis of oscillation of the balance, making two rotations a minute visible through the screw down sapphire crystal display back, brown dial, luminescent Arabic and baton numerals, luminescent hands, central luminescent tipped second time zone hand, two subsidiary dials for constant seconds combined with tourbillon indicator, night and day indication, cushion-shaped water-resistant-type case, 6-day power reserve indication visible through the screw down sapphire crystal display back, screw down crown, titanium Panerai buckle, case, dial and movement signed

48mm wide
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Lot Essay

Accompanied by an Officine Panerai Certificate confirming the present watch is number 53 of 125 examples, an International Guarantee Certificate dated April of 2009, wooden presentation box, instruction booklet and outer packaging.

In traditional tourbillons, the cage containing the balance rotates perpendicular to that of the base of the movement, usually making one complete rotation each minute. In the Radiomir Tourbillon however the tourbillon cage completes two revolutions per minute and its axis of rotation is parallel to the base of the movement at right angles to the axis of oscillation of the balance, making Panerai's innovation better adapted to compensate for running errors due to position.

A masterpiece of mechanical complexity, the manual wound movement consists of 239 parts, the three mainspring barrels allow a 6-day power reserve, its status shown on the power reserve indicator on the back of the watch.

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