The successful chronograph from Glasshütte Original presents another facet, in two limited editions of 100 pieces each: equipped with fascinating dials in green and grey, the new versions pay special tribute to the landscape that has inspired the work of Glashütte’s watchmakers for over 170 years.
Fresh design elements
This striking timepiece makes a brilliant impression – in its new look as well – with the proven arrangement of the chronograph displays: central stop seconds, 30-minute and 12-hour counters with flyback mechanism, small second, power reserve display as well as the characteristic Panorama Date. The rhodium-plated rod indexes give the timepiece a clean, clear look.
The new timepieces are framed by a streamlined, stainless steel case holding the Calibre 37-02 chronograph movement: an automatic 4 Hz column wheel movement with a 70-hour power reserve. Thanks to its stable and compact construction, it is remarkably impervious to interference. Its finely finished elements, characteristic of Glashütte watchmaking, are easily admired through the special sapphire crystal case back.
The Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date – Limited Edition features a new, grey-brown calf nubuck leather strap that takes up the shaded colorings of the dial in an elegant fashion, rounding off both models‘ natural play of colors.