New Lady Serenade Chronograph from Glashutte Original

May 07, 2009
Glashutte Original has created a new Lady Serenade Chronograph.

The sporty timepiece fascinates by its extreme femininity. It embraces the wrist with a magnificent shining, patented bracelet in stainless steel. The bracelet, composed of satin-finished, polished links, provides supreme comfort on the wrist.

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 nice sunburst decoration. It is completed with polished Roman numerals featured at 12 and 6 oclock, as well as applied stainless steel markers. The minute counter positioned at 9 oclock and the running subsidiary seconds at 3 oclock are framed by shining silver threads. The playful crown sparkles with a brilliant-cut diamond.

The case back of the Glashutte Original watch, produced from scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, allows watch connoisseurs to admire the inner workings of the airy chronograph.

The timepiece is animated by Manufacture Caliber 39-34 that offers 40 hours of power reserve. The movement guarantees precision timekeeping. The movement boasts all the signature details of traditional Glashutte mechanisms, including a swan-neck fine adjustment, a three-quarter plate, the brands ribbing and double sunburst decorations.

Glashutte Original initiated its Lady Serenade Collection in 2007. The timepieces entering the collection perfectly reflect female sensitivity, elegance and emotional world. The collection comprises a variety of models to match casual and sporty style, as well as formal business dress and even stylish eveningwear.

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