The movement in the Bugatti Type 370 Mythe, Caliber PF370, is equipped with manual winding (executed by a dynamometric starter like the original Type 370), has 37 jewels and a frequency of 21,600 vph, and boasts an impressive 10-day power reserve, in two series-coupled barrels, which is indicated on the side of an engraved, rotating drum. The dial indicates hours and minutes via Parmigiani’s trademark Delta-shaped hands, which are treated with luminescent coating. The satin-finished, polished and hammered 18k rose-gold case measures 32.4 x 52.5 mm and has a nonreflective sapphire crystal and sapphire see-through caseback and side windows. The caseback is engraved with the limited-edition series number and “2004-2014 Modèle Unique.” The black calfskin strap is made by Hermès and has a rose-gold folding buckle. The Bugatti Type 370 Mythe will be priced at $430,000.
Also because of the design of the watch, I imagine that it must be very thick and wonder if this is a problem with regards to one’s shirt sleeve cuff ?
Very interesting watch indeed . The time is at the side of the watch and it took me a while to figure out what the dial is on the face or top of the watch , if I am correct it is the power reserve indicator ? I figured it out because it numbers one to ten and it has a ten day power reserve. One wonders though who can afford to and is also willing to pay , $430,000 for a watch ???