Introducing: The New Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer, With A Dark Blue Dial
Six years after the fact, Glashütte Original presents a substantially more contemporary plan, with a slimmer form of the Senator case produced using white gold, and a dull blue face that features the finely grained dial more clearly.
Once once more, it is fueled by Caliber 58-01, a particularly German development with striped three-quarter plate. A physically wound development, it includes a stop-seconds instrument that resets the seconds hand when the crown is pulled out, permitting the wearer to set the time with extraordinary accuracy.
Glashütte Original demonstrated a year ago they were not scared of presenting out of control tones on the dials of the Sixties Iconic assortment . They appear to show similar aim this year with their more traditional watches, yet more tentatively.
In certainty, this dim shade of blue has been saved for a portion of the assortment’s most restrictive watches in the past.
The New Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer will be introduced in Berlin one week from now, and we’ll be there to get a first look at the new watches. The estimating for this watch is $32,200. We’ll be back with more data and live pictures then.
An prior variant of this story detailed the cost as $30,600. We’ve refreshed our story to show the right cost. – Ed.
The Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph; white gold case; 42.00 mm x 42.00 mm. Stature: 12.3 mm. Hours, minutes, seconds, date, power save marker. Development, type 58-01, 6.5 mm thick, planned by Glashütte Original; 45-hour power hold, running at 28,800 vph. More on the Senator Chronograph from Glashütte Original here .