Introducing: Wempe Celebrates The Zeitmeister Chronometer's 10th Anniversary With Four New Watches And A Seriously Cool Pendulum Clock

So how does Wempe produce its very good quality chronometer-ensured watches? All things considered, back in 1938 the company gained Hamburger Chronometrewerke, a producer of nautical chronometers that you’ll regularly discover showed around Wempe stores. With yearly watch delivers, this year Wempe’s making things a stride further and is presenting a restricted release plunging watch, a restricted version chronometer-ensured yearly schedule, a programmed adaptation of the Chronometrewerke (in two metals), and a pendulum clock. Better believe it, it’s a ton. Here’s a gander at each:

Restricted Edition Zeitmeister Diver’s Chronograph DLC

First, there is the jumper’s watch, which is being made in a restricted run of only 100 pieces. This is the primary plunge watch by Wempe and it put it all out there. The case is DLC-covered hardened steel and measures an incredible 45mm in distance across with a dark artistic uni-directional bezel. The dial, likewise dark, highlights three registers for 12-hour and 30-minute aggregators, just as running seconds. The chronograph catches are found right where you’d anticipate that they should be (flanking the crown) and the arm band is likewise made of DLC-covered steel.

This plunging watch has a 48-hour power hold, is water safe up to 30 bar, and fulfills the German jumping watch standard DIN 8306. This watch is controlled by the Valjoux 7750, yet is tried at Wempe’s venerated chronometer testing office at the Glashütte Observatory to guarantee exactness and precision. This restricted release piece will be accessible at stores in October 2016 and retails for $5,690.

Restricted Edition Zeitmeister Annual Calendar

The Zeitmeister Annual Calendar is presently the most complicated watch in the Zeitmaster family. This programmed watch is likewise a restricted release of 100 pieces all in tempered steel. The 42mm case houses the type ETA 2892-A2 with module DD5900 that is chronometer-ensured by Wempe at the Glashütte Observatory, making it the primary yearly schedule development to procure its chronometer certificate in Germany (despite the fact that it utilizes a Swiss base movement).

The yearly schedule capacities are shown on the silvered dial with three auxiliary dials for the afternoon, date, and month, and a gap for the moon-stage. This watch retails for $9,215 and will likewise be accessible in October at all Wempe boutiques.

Chronometerwerke Automatic (In Steel And Yellow Gold)

The Chronometrewerke Automatic is especially energizing for Wempe as it presents the company’s fifth assembling development, the type CW5. On the off chance that you recall, the CW3 was utilized in the 2006 adaptation of the Chronometrewerke, and it was from this development that the CW5, with its 92-hour power save and miniature rotor was created. The 41mm watch is accessible in two forms, steel and yellow gold, both with straightforward silvered dials. The watch includes a date window and focus seconds just as a sapphire gem show case back. Both will be accessible in October, with the steel retailing for $8,030 and the yellow gold retailing for $17,270.

Restricted Edition Chronometerwerke Precision Pendulum Clock 5/6 PPU

It isn’t each day that an advanced production makes a pendulum clock, however I surmise Wempe isn’t only any old watch brand. The Precision Pendulum Clock 5/6 PPU is fueled by the Basis Sattler type 2005 and the actual clock is a reverence to German clock-production and the Glashütte Observatory (possessed by Wempe). The divider check is moderate in plan to guarantee that it keeps a cutting edge feel, notwithstanding being completely obsolete in function. Only 10 of these timekeepers will be delivered and they will retail for $17,040 each.

So the writing is on the wall, five new deliveries from Wempe to commend the 10th commemoration of its Zeitmeister Collection. For more data, visit  Wempe on the web, and we’ll have more inclusion of these watches coming to you soon.