Glashutte Original Seventies Panorama Date Watch - Inspired by 1970s

Mar 02, 2011
The house of Glashutte Original has proudly released its new Seventies Panorama date watch, inspired by the 1970s, the TV screen in particular. The model will be officially unveiled within the framework of the forthcoming Baselworld 2011 trade show.

The new Glashutte Original watch has adopted a cushion-shaped stainless steel case, which measures 40 mm in diameter. It boasts top and bottom sapphire crystals. The case is equipped with a protected winding crown, conventionally located at 3 oclock.

The case is complimented by a perfectly balanced dial, performed in matt silver, galvanized ruthenium or blue. The display of the new Seventies Panorama date watch comprises applied hour-markers as well as hour, minute and seconds hands turning over them.

All the elements are crafted from white or rose gold and treated with a luminous coating. The dial also offers a date indication, arranged in the aperture at 6 oclock.

The functions are driven by an automatic Glashutte Original 39-47 movement. 30,95 mm in diameter, it incorporates a skeletonized rotor and a swans neck regulator.

The mechanism beats to the rhythm of 28, 800 vibrations per hour and offers a 40-hour power reserve. The caliber is also endowed with the Incabloc shock protection system.

The new Glashutte Original watch is accompanied by a stainless steel bracelet with satin-finished and polished links.

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