|Name:||Senator Observer Stainless Steel / Black / Calf / Pin|
Price in euro
In 2015 Glashütte Original took up the spirit of discovery once again with a new version of its Senator Observer, a sophisticated observation watch (also known as a ‘deck watch’) evoking the enthralling history of navigation at sea.
The Saxon manufactory’s in-house dial manufactory has made extensive use of luminous surfaces to make the new Senator Observer easy to read in the absence of light: the elegant white gold hour and minute hands, bold Arabic numerals, and chapter ring hour indexes are all highlighted with green Superluminova, a phosphorescent pigment that absorbs light by day and emits it at night.
The hand and indexes of the small seconds subdial at 9 o’clock and the power reserve indicator at 3 o’clock are also luminous by night. By day the matt black dial offers an elegant backdrop and contrast to the Arabic numerals, drawn in a font once widely used for precision pocket watches made in Glashütte at the beginning of the 20th century. At the centre of the lower half is the noted watchmaker’s compelling Panorama Date display.
Reference 100-14-07-02-07 has a calfskin strap and a pin buckle.
Reference 100-14-07-02-30 has a calfskin strap and a folding clasp.
Reference 100-14-07-02-50 has a calfskin strap and a short folding clasp.
Reference 100-14-07-02-70 is fitted with a stainless steel bracelet.
Automatic movement with small seconds, big date and power reserve indicator; divided Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish, intelligent automatic winding with uni-/bi-directional winding rotor, swan-neck fine adjustment, 21-carat oscillation weight, bevelled edges, blued screws, polished steel parts.
|Base:||Glashütte Original 100-03|
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|
|Additionals:||Power Reserve Indicator|