Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date 1-37-02-06-02-35 - Glashütte Original
Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date
40.00 x 40.00 mmDimensions
Stainless steelThe case's material
Automatic movementMovement type
Calfskin strap, brownStrap type
Limited to 100 pieces worldwideLimited Edition
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The dial was given a refined sunray finish prior to coating with a turquoise-black varnish with dégradé effect. Super-LumiNova® highlights on the hour and minute hands and on the appliques ensure optimal legibility in the dark as well.
Distinctive and retro-modern
With its distinctive case this chronograph captures the essence of the design icons of the 1970s: Dynamic lines and flowing curves lend it an authentic and retro-modern character.
A special sapphire crystal case back allows one to view the finely finished automatic movement Calibre 37-02. It features a column-wheel switch and was designed to be compact in order to ensure maximum stability.
With its striking angular case this watch evokes the design classics of the 1970s: dynamic lines and gentle curves give it an unmistakably retro-modern character.
The Calibre 37-02 has succeeded in combining the most important chronograph functions in a watch of a pleasing size: chronograph with stop-second, flyback, 30-minute display and numeric 12-hour display, Panorama Date and power reserve indication.
The chronograph with column-wheel switch was designed to be as simple and compact as possible. With its stable construction and low susceptibility to interference this timepiece is a precise, reliable and formally beautiful companion.
- Hour and minute
- Stop second chronograph
- Small second
- 30 minute counter
- 12-hours counter
- Panorama Date
- Power reserve display
- Screwed crown
- Varnish Bright Turquoise
- Dégradé effect
- Indices applied
- Printed scales
- Hour markers with luminous spots
- White Panorama Date on black background
- Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish
- Regulator-free fine adjustment
- Skeletonized rotor with double-G symbol and 21-carat gold oscillation weight
- Polished steel parts
- Bevelled/polished edges
- Screws polished/blued