Parmigiani is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an integrated split-seconds chronograph movement made from scratch. An integrated chronograph is “the Holy Grail for a watch manufacture” and most chronograph watches settle for a chronograph module placed on top of the base movement. The new manual-winding PF361 movement is in charge of the chronograph, the time functions, the split-seconds and the large date window, which are all mounted on the same main plate. The handsome 42.10mm white or rose gold case from the Tonda collection comes with either a white or royal blue Grand Feu enamel dial, with a classic tri-compax display. To honour the achievement, the Chronor features a beautifully finished rose gold movement visible through the sapphire crystal caseback. Both the white and rose gold case models are a limited edition of 25 pieces each.