Galet Classic

Galet Classic by Laurent Ferrier

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Published by 3809 on March 4th, 2012 at 12:27 p.m..
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Special BaseldWorld 2012

The star model in the Laurent Ferrier collection, the Galet Classic reveals a contemporary and sophisticated face in this genuinely renewed variation on this double-hairspring tourbillon.

Its slate grey dial is lit up by 11 applied red gold Roman numerals and a hollowed seconds counter at 6 o’clock. It is powered by the famous exclusive Manufacture movement, FNB 916.01, developed, assembled and adjusted by Laurent Ferrier.

Inspired by the great 19th century chronometry models, the hand-wound system does without the modern setting-lever spring, which is replaced by a “long-blade” type ratchet pawl graced with finishing testifying to the watchmaker’s exceptional expertise.

The exquisite finesse of this craftsmanship confirms Laurent Ferrier’s preference for subtlety and discretion, in order to find its way through successive decades and generations.

- Movement: Hand-wound, FNB 916.01 calibre, double-hairspring tourbillon, 182 parts, 23 jewels, 21,600 vib/h, 80-hour power reserve
- Functions: Hours, minutes and seconds
- Case: 5N 18K red gold, 41 mm
- Water-resistant: to 30 m / 3 ATM
- Dial: Slate-grey coloured 18K gold plate with vertical satin-brushed finishes - 5N 18K red gold with “assegai-shaped” hour and minute hands and baton-shaped seconds hand, applied 5N 18K red gold Roman numerals, hollowed small seconds at 6 o’clock
- Bracelet/Strap: Hand-sewn brown alligator with Alcantara lining, pin buckle or double-blade folding clasp in 5N 18K gold

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