The Glashutte Original Sport Evolution Perpetual Calendar watch is characterized by high level of technical complexity. The timepiece has incorporated a Glashutte Original self-winding mechanism. It features a complex calendar displaying day, date, month, moon-phases and leap year, with automatic adjustment for the months' lengths.
The rotating bezel of the Glashutte Original watch offers a smart world time arrangement, so that the active traveler is able to keep track of time anywhere in the world.
The case is crafted from finely brushed stainless steel, with elegant polished contrasts on various elements. The bezel is knurled along its edge, offering an assured grip for easy rotation. read more
The Glashutte Original Sport Evolution collection has been joined by new Sport Evolution Impact models
, a Chronograph and a Tourbillon, the latter to be available in a limited edition of 100 pieces. The watches accommodate the high precision movements protected by an innovative shock absorption system
The new Glashutte Original watches are great timekeeping companions for active-lifestyle lovers and those who go in for sports as they are created to guarantee most reliable timekeeping even when used under extreme conditions.
Glashutte Original has cooperated with the Fraunhofer technology development group, having developed an innovative material for four cushioning elements
. The material represents flexible Elastomer
. The four cushioning elements are applied as the fixation points of the movement and dial, representing the connection with the case. read more
The Glashutte Original NightShade Tourbillon is the first tourbillon model to enter the brand's luxurious Star Collection.
The watch's case is crafted from 18K white gold. The magnificent bezel is set with 44 baguette diamonds, while the faceted white gold crown radiates with a single diamond. The black dial reveals a one-of-a-kind design set with 107 round brilliant diamonds, forming a gleaming star, radiating outward from the panorama date display. An additional 15 diamonds have substituted the hour markers on the off-centered time display, and beneath it you will notice the flying tourbillon, designed to reflect the principles of celebrated Glashutte watchmaker, Alfred Helwig.
The Glashutte Original Senator Meissen watch boast a remarkable history, with origins traced back to the towns of Meissen and Glashutte, located in Saxony, Germany, with the word 'manufactory' having a special meaning.
The Glashutte Original watch manufactory sources porcelain dials for its Senator Meissen watch from the state-owned Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, the company producing porcelain products since 1710 and exporting them all over the world.
Porcelain pieces, ornamental and functional, are handmade and feature the prominent Crossed Swords emblem. As though demonstrating its illustrious roots, the dial of the Glashutte Original Senator Meissen also reveals this famed logo. read more
has created another innovative timepiece - the PanoMatic Counter XL
. The heart of the novel watch is the new Calibre 96-01 automatic movement, a classic column wheel chronograph with flyback function built from 584 individually-crafted components.
The latest Glashutte Original calibre boasts a novel complication, the creation of which required 217 individual components: at 9 o’clock, the watch features a special counter that allows the watch owner count up, count down or reset to zero with help of pushers found at 9, 8, and 10 o’clock respectively.
The watch has a 42mm case rendered in stainless steel and coupled with a black alligator leather strap. read more
has launched its new intriguing creation, PanoMaticLunar XL
, to be officially unveiled at Baselworld 2010
. Ultra-modern and elegant, this model has been designed in a minimalist style. Presented in a variety of grey overtones, the watch proudly exposes its classic lines.
The novel Glashutte Original watch is offered with a stainless steel case
, demonstrating both polished and satin-finished surfaces. It features the dimensions of 42 mm x 12.5 mm, diameter and height indicated respectively. The case also exhibits a sapphire crystal case-back, which opens the view to the Caliber 90-02 automatic movement
The watch case is enhanced by a galvanized matt grey dial
, protected by a sapphire crystal with a double-sided anti-reflective coating. The dial is completed with the iconic off-center hour, minute and seconds counters, finely milled and galvanized in the same dark grey tint. A graceful moon-phase indicator makes the Glashutte Original watch instantly recognizable. It depicts a shining silver moon and stars against a background of a fine-grained silver sky. read more
has created a new timepiece with the brand’s one-of-a-kind panorama date indicator. The watch will join the highly-acclaimed vintage-inspired Senator Sixties collection
. The collection already comprises the first Senator Sixties watch featuring a conventional time display and sweep seconds, and a highly refined two-counter automatic chronograph presented with a larger case.
The new Glashutte Original Senator Sixties Panorama Date watch
is sure to enjoy great success as it is equipped with a very useful additional function presented in a horologically advanced way.
The watch demonstrates a harmoniously designed 42mm case
crafted in polished stainless steel.
The Glashutte Original Senator Sixties Panorama Date watch will be distributed through authorized retailers later in 2010. read more
has created a new timekeeping companion – an eminently refined pocket watch that boasts a quarter-hour repetition mechanism. The Glashutte Original Pocket Watch No. 1
has been inspired by a historical watch created by Julius Assmann
, a celebrated pioneer of Glashutte watchmaking. It will be limited to just 25 pieces.
The Pocket Watch No. 1, sculptured in rose gold, is characterized by high watchmaking standards, an innovative construction and highly appealing design. The zest of the timepiece is the quarter-hour repetition
, sounding the quarter hours and hours. First, the repetition indicates the number of hours that have already passed using one tone. Then, it indicates the elapsed quarter hours since the last hour using the second higher tone.
The case incorporates a special lever at 6 o’clock
to be used for the repetition operation. The crown is used for winding the timepiece, while the two-level yoke winding mechanism is used for setting the time. It is remarkable that, for accurate setting, when the crown is pulled out, the balance wheel is halted and the eccentric seconds hand jumps to “zero”. read more
The watch models created by Glashutte craftsmen have become very decent rivals for their Swiss "colleagues".Nowadays the Lange and Sohne watch manufacture is one of the most famous in the world. read more
In 2009, Glashutte Original
is proud to unveil an enlarged interpretation of its Senator Chronograph watch. The new timepiece is an ideal timekeeping companion for those who need a watch offering the chronograph function and bearing the most prestigious brand name.
The Glashutte Original Senator Chronograph XL watch
wins the heart due to its supreme craftsmanship. The timepiece has a big-sized case, 44mm in diameter, while the case of other Senator Chronograph watches measured 40mm.
of the latest version is crafted from stainless steel and demonstrates a fine and lustrous polish. This finishing contrasts finely with the matte black dial, with a tachymeter scale at its perimeter. read more
unveils a new Lady Serenade Chronograph
. The timepiece is equally sporty and extremely feminine. The watch goes on a shining, patented bracelet crafted in stainless steel. The bracelet features satin-finished, polished links and is designed to provide supreme comfort of wearing.
The polished stainless steel case demonstrates feminine curves. It measures 38 mm in diameter. The bezel catches the glance as it is set with 54 brilliant-cut diamonds
The black galvanized dial
is adorned with magnificent sunburst decoration. You will notice two polished Roman numerals positioned at 12 and 6 o’clock. It is also completed with applied stainless steel markers. The minute counter found at 9 o’clock and the running sub-seconds at 3 o’clock are framed by shining silver threads. The playful crown is embellished with a brilliant-cut diamond. read more
is delighted to present its new Senator Navigator WorldView watch
. The model pays tribute to the 1920s, when the functions of watches used in aviation went far beyond showing time - it was a part of a pilot’s on-board instrumentation.
Distinguished by a sporty design, the new Glashutte Original watch boasts an adjustable city-ring
. It enables the user to be aware of the time across different time zones.
The black dial is equipped with contrasting large Arabic numerals, which guarantee perfect readability. It ensures central hours, minutes and seconds. The date is offered in the aperture at 6 o’clock.
The renowned Saxon watch manufacture Glashutte Original
is understandably proud to present its new interpretation of the PanoMaticChrono watch
, encouraged by the wide open sea.
Combining sophisticated technology, contemporary design and impeccable functionality, the new watch propels the brand into the selective universe of state-of-the-art watchmaking.
The new PanoMaticChrono watch
catches and holds the gaze with its deep blue dial
, embellished with a lovely carbon fiber pattern.
A particular highlight of the top half of the dial is definitely a raised scale ring of the chronograph seconds hand
, covered with a luminous coating to optimize night reading. This scale overlaps two conventional chronograph counters, indicating subsidiary seconds. read more
Forty luxury timepieces from a number of illustrious brands were put up for a charity auction, which occurred on November 26th at Patrizzi & Co
in Milan. All proceeds raised from the auction have been donated to assist cancer research.
It was the Glashutte Original
watch company, which introduced the PanoMaticReserve XL watch
, the most astounding timekeeper of the event. This mechanical watch is sculptured in stainless steel and is accented with audacious touches of yellow. Equipped with a power reserve indicator, as well as an exceptional "panorama" large date display, it represents a fine union of iconic German watchmaking values and sports-themed elegant design.
The Glashutte Original PanoMaticReserve XL watch comes with a case
, measuring 42 mm in diameter. The watch case features an extremely attractive lustrous finish, which is achieved due to PVD treatment. read more
The retro-touched Senator Sixties Square Chronograph
was a fascinating innovation presented by Glashutte Original at Baselworld, in 2009. A special design dates back to the times when geometrical shapes influenced to a considerable extent the fashion and art. So this timepiece is a smart combination of fine elegance and technical progress.
The Glashutte Original Senator Sixties Square Chronograph watch boasts a 42mm case
made of stainless steel. The bright polish, featured by this softly rounded square shape, places an emphasis on the sapphire crystal refinement. Looking through it, one can’t really tear the eyes from the curved dials
performed in black or matte silver, diamond-cut hour markers as well as the Arabic figures of the period-style.
There are two kinds of curved hands - the black dial enjoys the silver hands and the silver dial has the rose gold ones. Every little detail here adds to the retro image of the timepiece.
The fine stalk-type chronograph pushers
are one more thing, standing out here. Resembling the start and stop buttons of the chronograph watches that belonged to the 1960’s, these details make the watch really user-friendly.
The self-winding 39-34 caliber
with an exquisite decoration can be seen through the sapphire crystal exhibition window, accommodated in the case-back of the Glashutte Original Senator Sixties Square Chronograph.
Produced by Glashutte Original
, this movement demonstrates traditional features of Saxon watchmaking : three-quarter plate with a ribbed finish as well as a swan neck fine adjustment polished by hand.
The skeletonized central rotor
presents gilt double-G brand insignia and boasts a 21-karat gold mass, intended for optimizing the winding motion.
Due to a balance frequency amounting to 28, 800 vibrations per hour, the chronograph can measure certain time intervals within the accuracy of 1/8th second. The power reserve constitutes 40 hours.
A leather strap
, with large scales, made of Louisiana alligator, along with a tang buckle made of polished stainless steel, crowns the image of the Glashutte Original Senator Sixties Square Chronograph watch. The water-resistance of the watch is down to 30 meters.
Look through a fine range of Glashutte watches:
is happy to deliver its new Senator Automatic watch
, which reflects the very best of the German mechanical watchmaking.
Endowed with a classical style, the new Glashutte Original watch boasts a polished red gold
or stainless steel case
. Its top is covered by a sapphire crystal, glare-proofed on both sides. The sapphire glass is also used for the bottom of the model.
The case-back permits the glance into a hand-crafted automatic calibre 39-59 movement
, manufactured entirely in the company’s workshops. It beats to the rhythm of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 40-hour power reserve
Housed in the new Glashutte Original Senator Automatic watch
is a silver dial, encircled by a fine black “railroad track” minute track. It coordinates perfectly with black Roman numerals. Pointing to hours and minutes are pear-shaped, blued steel hands. In charge of seconds is a blued steel seconds hand, fitted with a double-G counterweight.
As the brightest object in the night sky, the Moon has always encouraged writers, scientists, philosophers and even watchmakers. This time, it served as an inspiration behind the new Glashutte Original PanoMatic Luna lady’s watch
Imbued with a sensory appeal, the novelty employs a 39.4mm stainless steel case
. The new Glashutte Original watch is encircled by a bezel, which presents a shimmering play of 64 clear white diamonds
. The jewels are kept company by a 3.0mm diamond, featured on the crown.
The model is also equipped with a sapphire crystal case-back, which enables the user to admire the fascinating details of the automatic mechanical calibre 90-12 movement
. Adorned with the brand’s signature decorations, it incorporates a three-quarter plate and blued screws. To ensure a precise regulation of its beat and rate, the caliber is also endowed with a duplex swan-neck fine adjustment
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 o’clock.
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.
pays tribute to marine chronometers and the art of sea navigation, having restored thirteen original marine chronometers
. Each piece from the unique collection is accompanied by officially certified Senator Chronometer Platinum
. The two mechanical chronometers are united not simply by aesthetic characteristics but also by the brand’s tradition of high-precision watchmaking.
The marine chronometers originally produced in Glashutte have been restored by the brand’s specialists. As for the second member of the collection, this is the Platinum version of the Senator Chronometer, the timepiece was honored by multiple “Watch of the Year” awards in 2010. The remarkable pair of the timekeepers is housed in a handmade oak case.
The first mechanical marine chronometers
appeared in the 19th century. About 13,000 of the instruments were born in Glashutte in the period that comprised more than a century. Thirteen of them, dating back to the last years of production in Glashutte, were found while preparing for the opening of the German Watch Museum Glashutte
The Glashutte Original Senator Diary automatic watch
boasts an innovative alarm clock complication that allows to set an alarm time up to 30 days ahead of time.
The new Glashutte Original watch is animated by the Caliber 100-13 based on the Caliber 100-03, with the addition of the alarm clock module. The complicated movement is constructed from 600 components, 340 of which are used for the remarkable alarm clock module.
The Senator Diary watch also demonstrates an elegantly balanced design. You will notice two crowns and two pushers located directly opposite each other on either side of the 42 mm case crafted in stainless steel. read more