This week we have a funky yellow Glashütte Original Seventies Chronograph, an overhaul of our Panerai database, and a new green dial for the Tissot Gentleman.
Glashütte Original Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date Yellow Dial
Introduced in 2011, the Glashütte Original Seventies was an early contender into the -now- crowded segment of luxury sports watches. It is however oft overlooked. Glashütte Original now adds a yellow dial limited edition to the line-up – and the bright, funky color works very well. More info!
Panerai Luminor Marina 8 Giorni
Originally introduced in 2020, the Panerai Luminor Marina PAM00915 is not exactly new – yet it was missing from our database until this week’s complete overhaul of our Panerai section. Amongst the watches added this one stood out for its combination of the classic Bettarini style case with the caliber P.5000, a hand-wound movement with a power reserve of Otto Giorni. It’s essentially Panerai! More info.
Tissot Gentleman Powermatic with Green Dial
The Tissot Gentleman Powermatic has a self-winding movement with an 80-hour power reserve, a stainless steel case that is water resistant to 100 meters and a stainless steel bracelet. As such, it leaves little to be desired – especially when factoring in the price. The Gentleman Powermatic now gets a new green dial that’s totally on trend.