In parallel to the number of car shows that are unveiling new and luxurious rides, watchmakers are also parading their wares. If you’re seeking some of the most high-end and exclusive timepieces, conventions are the best venues. Recently, the inaugural Time To Move event by the Swatch Group wrapped up its show. The show was highlight reel from brands including Breguet, Harry Winston, Omega, Blancpain, Jaquet Droz, and Glashütte Original. Here we have a stunning number from the latter, which is the Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer Tourbillon.

All eyes are on this timepiece due to its remarkable craftsmanship and impeccable accuracy. The marriage of top-tier features such as a minute detent, a flying tourbillon, and a zero reset mechanism allows for ultimate precision. Thanks to the latter, the second hand is always synchronized with the minute hand each time you pull the crown. A layer of sapphire crystal protects the front and back alongside the 5-bar water resistance.

The flying tourbillon sits just below the Galvanic Blue dial with the exposed components surrounding it. You can observe the intricate mechanical motion of its components and admire the elegant patterns throughout. Meanwhile, what gives this timepiece life is a calibre 58-05 manual movement, beating at 21,600 semi-oscillations per hour. Furthermore, it grants users a 70-hour power reserve. All of these complications lie within a 42 mm case crafted out of satin-polished platinum. The Dark blue Louisiana alligator leather strap also comes with a platinum fold fastener. Only 25 examples of the Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer Tourbillon will be available.

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