March 30, 2023
TONDA PF Micro-Rotor  

– New addition to the micro-rotor collection, for the first time in a prestigious all-platinum version: case, bracelet, dial, weight
– Platinum also used for the dial: sober design with a sandblasted finish, revealing the natural silver colour of the platinum
– A sleek and elegant look, timeless, monochrome aesthetics
– 18ct gold hands and appliques



The foundations of these values were laid with the introduction of TONDA PF Micro-Rotor. Purity, refined minimalism and discretion have come to characterise the entire TONDA PF collection since its launch in September 2021. The subsequent models launched by Parmigiani Fleurier have all been born of this original matrix that established the brand’s watchmaking codes and fundamentals.

After steel with a platinum bezel, and after 18ct rose gold, the iconic TONDA PF Micro-Rotor is evolving into an all-platinum case, bracelet and dial version. The watch is driven by its ultra-thin 3mm self-winding movement with platinum micro-rotor, Calibre PF703.

This small oscillating weight is integrated into the thickness of the movement, unlike a classic half-moon-shaped rotor that would have covered it. This enables a significant reduction of thickness, meaning the TONDA PF Micro-Rotor measures only 7.8 mm on the wrist, synonymous with comfort, refinement and elegance. Most of the overall finishing is done by hand, both for the movement and for the case elements. While Parmigiani Fleurier watches are contemporary and modern, they all obey the intangible rules of top-flight watchmaking craftsmanship.

The displays of the TONDA PF Micro-Rotor are entirely focused on essentials – hours, minutes and date – reflecting the aesthetic spirit that guided its creation. This pure and understated model reinterprets the tenets of watchmaking classicism in a very contemporary and noble perspective. With its 40 mm diameter and a pared-down, sandblasted platinum dial, the TONDA PF Micro-Rotor is capable of multiple transformations in accordance with various metals and colours, while at the same time asserting its undeniable sovereignty

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