The Pano collection combines traditional design with contemporary elegance. Asymmetrical displays and a panorama date characterize this series. The PanoMaticLunar is the most famous model and features a small seconds dial, panorama date, and moon phase indicator. The steel version of this automatic watch costs about 9,100 USD. At around 17,000 USD, the gold edition is almost twice as expensive. The PanoReserve sells for similar prices and has a power reserve indicator in place of the moon phase.
The PanoMaticInverse is especially striking. It offers a view of the duplex swan-neck fine adjustment from above. Usually, this component can only be viewed through a case back. This butterfly-like feature made of gold, rubies, and tempered screws dominates the appearance of this watch. A stainless steel
PanoMaticInverse sells for around 10,500 USD. Prices for red gold models climb to some 21,000 USD.
The collection's two chronographs, the PanoMaticCounter XL and PanoGraph, are just as exceptional. The PanoMaticCounter XL comes with a rather rare complication, namely a double-digit counter. Two push-pieces allow you to add or subtract from the number on the counter, while a third push-piece resets it to zero. In addition, the
PanoMaticCounter XL also features a flyback chronograph. This stainless steel watch costs around 18,000 USD new. Then there's the
Panograph, which boasts a sectoral 30-minute counter in addition to a flyback function. This special counter sits between 2 and 3 o'clock. In mint condition, this extraordinary red gold chronograph demands about 24,500 USD.