Parmigiani Tonda 1950 Ultra-thin Flying Tourbillon Watch

September 10, 2015, Beijing-Swiss independent watchmaking brand Parmigiani today launched the new Tonda 1950 ultra-thin flying tourbillon watch, and won Parma Another world first in Johnny’s watchmaking industry, once again underscores the brand’s consistent quality and pioneering creativity. As a close friend of the brand and a special ambassador for the work, Mr. Wang Zhonglei, founder and president of Huayi Brothers Media Co., Ltd. was also invited to the scene to witness the glory of this Swiss watchmaking work with Parmigiani, Explore the heritage and modern significance of time with the foresight of industry pioneers.

With a new work, the Tonda 1950 ultra-thin flying tourbillon watch, Parmigiani once again interprets eclectic creativity and determination to move ahead. This brand-new work represents the latest world first of Parmigiani: the world’s thinnest ultra-thin flying tourbillon with a miniature rotor (3.4mm) and the world’s lightest titanium tourbillon frame (0.255g), not only presenting An exquisite craftsmanship of Swiss watchmaking, it also reproduces the connotation and unique aesthetic of Parmigiani’s brand through a contemporary perspective.

Lighter and thinner. In the creation of modern timepieces, Parmigiani has always been one step ahead and has the courage to be at the forefront of the times. Two ‘world firsts’ in the Tonda 1950 ultra-thin flying tourbillon watch are examples.

Putting the tourbillon in the movement and continuing the high-quality ultra-thin movement is a great challenge. The secret lies in the Tonda 1950 ultra-thin flying tourbillon watch, equipped with the world’s thinnest micro-rotor automatic ultra-thin flying tourbillon movement (3.4mm). The Pt950 platinum miniature rotor (Pearl Oscillator) is the key. Parmigiani arranges mechanical parts with amazing precision, making full use of every inch of space, while achieving ultra-thin, ensuring that the time indication of the watch is still in the center of the dial (similar watches often use eccentric time display).