Senator Observer 100-14-07-02-70 - Glashütte Original
Stainless steel case
Polished/satin-brushed case in stainless steel with sapphire crystal case back, crown with Double-G logo
Matte black lacquered dial, sword-shaped white gold hands, balanced displays for small seconds and power reserve, large Arabic numerals in vintage typeface
Generous use of Super-LumiNova on hands, numerals, indexes, small seconds and power reserve displays, perfect legibility in the dark as well.
The art of navigation
By the late 19th century, precise timekeepers from Glashütte had already achieved a global reputation for the certain determination of one’s position at sea and on land. Along with marine chronometers, these so-called “observation watches” soon became essential navigational instruments for naval officers, pilots and explorers such as Roald Amundsen.
Everything in view
With observation watches, functional design and perfect legibility are a must. Clearly arranged displays for the power reserve, small seconds and Panorama Date, along with large Arabic numerals, define the overall image.
An extraordinary movement
Observation watches were traditionally fitted with manual winding movements. Today a state-of-the-art automatic movement ensures maximum comfort for the wearer. The Senator Observer features an exquisitely finished movement with a power reserve of 55 hours.
- Hour and minute
- Small second
- Panorama Date
- Power reserve display
- Varnish black
- Surface fine matt
- Railroad chapter ring
- Arabic numerals
- White Panorama Date on black background
- Divided Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish
- Winding wheels with double sunburst decoration
- Swan-neck fine adjustment (from cal. 100-01 to 100-11)
- Regulator-free fine adjustment (from cal. 100-13 to 100-15)
- Skeletonized rotor with double-G symbol and 21-carat gold oscillation weight
- Bevelled edges
- Polished steel parts