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Watch spread: The season’s latest skeletonised timepieces

Form and structure, distinguished by compelling aesthetics.

  • September Watch Spread

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    With their grille-style mainplates, Panerai’s Lo Scienziato skeletonised tourbillon watches are one of the most distinctive demonstrations of open working out there. In addition, the Luminor Tourbillon GMT 47mm Lo Scienziato has other distinguishing features like the military-green hue of details on its flange, counters and power-reserve indicator, as well as an ultra-light, hollow 47mm titanium case that is 3D-printed via a direct laser metal sintering process.


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Photography Darren Chang

Art Direction Ashruddin Sani