Sharing specifications identical to the 2021 model, the Tonda PF tourbillions platinum case measures 42mm across and has an ultra-slim profile of 8.6mm. Following classic Tonda PF family traits, the lugs are teardrop-shaped, and the platinum bezel is finely knurled. The brightly polished finishings on the bezel extend to the top surface of the lugs all the way down the outer links of the tapering integrated bracelet, contrasting with the vertically brushed areas of the case flanks and links of the bracelet. The striated screw-down crown (some complaints have surfaced due to its small size) ensures the 100m water-resistance of the case, a reassuring fact given the delicate flying tourbillon complication on board.
The Tonda PF Flying Tourbillon now features a stylish Milano blue dial that adds to its elegance. The contrast between the platinum and the deep blue dial creates a sharp and stunning effect, perfectly describing the watch's sartorial qualities. The matte finish of the sandblasted platinum dials gives the Milano blue shade a subtle and discreet look that is dynamic in different light. The dial's design is simple, displaying only the skeletonized delta-shaped 18k gold hands and short, hand-applied white gold indices. The only other element on the dial is an oval gold cartouche with the letters PF at noon. The off-centered one-minute flying tourbillon located at 7 o'clock is the central feature of the dial, crafted from titanium, with a weight of just 0.255 grams.
Warranty & Authenticity: The watch comes with the Greenwich Time 24 Month Warranty alongside a lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
The Parmigiani Fleurier brand - a watch-making adventure that transcends the mundane - was created in Fleurier in 1996 and was guided by the passion of a man who remained faithful to the very essence of the watchmaker. Michel Parmigiani, master horologist, renowned restorer, and talented creator of mechanical time-keepers, dedicates his knowledge, which has been enriched by past and present teachings, to the benefit of the brand.
The Sandoz Family Foundation, who had tasked a young Michel Parmigiani to lead the restoration of their horological artifact collection, became interested in bringing Parmigiani's masterful work to the consumer market. In 1996, with the backing of the Sandoz Foundation, Parmigiani Fleurier was able to fit out its manufacturing workshops with the means to produce exceptionally high-quality goods. In less than 10 years, it achieved near complete vertical integration, and the industrial equipment deployed constitutes one of the rarest and most complete manufacturing workshops in Switzerland. The very essence of haute horology, such as attention to detail or the beauty of the embellishment of a simple or highly complicated movement, is the subject of great attention at Parmigiani Fleurier and is the reason for its international recognition.
All Orders Come With The Greenwich Time 24-Month Warranty