Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Tourbillon Replica Watch With Thinnest Movement Review

All of the dials feature the understated text logo located between 12 o’clock and centre. But this replica tourbillon is located between six and eight o’clock.

The presence of a flying tourbillon replica watch , as opposed to a standard tourbillon, is due to space constraints. A highly sophisticated ball bearing replaces the mounting function, enabling the tourbillon cage to “float” in front of the movement. The cage of the replica watch is crafted from titanium, to keep it as light as possible. Titanium is a particularly difficult (and highly flammable) material to work with at these dimensions – in fact, Parmigiani is among just a handful in the industry who can work with it – but having perfected the process, they have created the world’s lightest tourbillon cage at 0.255g.

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Tourbillon Replica Watch With Thinnest Movement Review

Additionally, the tourbillon features a variable inertia balance as opposed to a more traditional screw balance. This Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Tourbillon Replica Watch reduces the protrusions on the outer rim of the balance and streamlines the whole effect. It is also an incredibly neat presentation of the balance and one that is no less watchmaker-friendly when it comes to adjustments. The principles of an inertia balance are simple (pretty much identical to a screw balance). Four eccentric “nuts” sit on the balance wheel arms. This can be rotated to chance the poise of the balance.

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Tourbillon Replica Watch With Thinnest Movement Review
About the case, the buy replica watch measures 40.2mm across and 8.65mm thick. They are available in either 18k rose or white gold. All of the replcia watches come fitted with Hermes leather straps. In addition, all of these watches are water resistant to 30m, feature an anti-reflective sapphire, a 4.3mm crown, and individual engraving on the back.

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950 Tourbillon Replica Watch With Thinnest Movement Review