Unboxing a watch of this dignity by a regular guy makes it no less respectful.
This is maybe not a kind of watch you come near every day.
A masterpiece like this is a feast for the eyes.
So if you don't figure it out yet so am I talking about the Glashütte Original Senator Toubillon.
The varnished grey-grainé fine matt dial is sometimes grey and sometimes black and it really sparkle of the wrinkle finish.
The white gold hands do a great contrast to the flying tourbillon.
The panorama date below 12 o'clock and the text is framed great with the romans and the railroad.
18 ct white gold case, diameter: 42.00 mm, height: 13.70 mm.
A closer look at the secondhand.
The blued secondhand marker really stand out.
Notice one of the 2 diamonds at the center.
The caliber 94-03 is a automatic with a microrotor, 50 jewles, 2 diamonds and a flying tourbillon at the front side.
48 hour power reserve, 21 600 bph and a photographer's nightmare when it's a non hacking movement.
Breguet-spring skeletonized rotor with 21 ct gold oscillation weight.
I'm a big fan of nubuck strap and this one match the dial perfect.
This is really tempting and I did not have so much savings and to be completely safe of having dinner on the table tomorrow I have to cut the card.
So the only that stop me here is the pricetag, but what is the life without dreams?
It really looks like the toubillon is flying.
A study in grey.
My coffee table.
Cleaning the whitegold clasp.
A few wrist shots.
Here is a little movie with the tourbillon in action.
I'm really happy to get this chance to try out and play with this watch nice and easy and not only for a few minutes as it use to be at the fairs.