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Wristwatch Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite, 44mm, Louisiana Alligator leather strap blue, buckle, Ref. 1-89-02-03-02-01.
Precision without borders
Many travelers don't think twice about moving from one time zone to another, whether traveling for business or leisure. The Senator Cosmopolite is designed to meet the complex demands of today's globetrotters. With its innovative time zone mechanism, which displays the time of day or night at home and destination in each of the 35 world time zones currently in use, the Saxon manufactory wraps all the time in the world around the globetrotter's wrist.
Wristwatch Glashütte Original, Sixties 39mm, steel, Kroko strap, with pin buckle, green dial with arab./Index, automatic Cal. 39-52, polished sapphire-crystal, Ref.:1-39-52-03-02-04.
Sixties Annual Edition
Cool retro chic in stylish green
It’s tempting, is it not? To recall the days when one could take his own sweet time to choose and enjoy a thing of beauty. The 1960s have inspired this year's annual edition – two dazzling, desirable additions to the Sixties Collection from Glashütte Original: the new Sixties and Sixties Panorama Date, with stunning green dégradé dials crafted in the watchmaker’s own dial manufactory, which will only be available for a limited period of one year.
Wristwatch Glashütte Original, Senator Panoramadatum, 42mm, steel, Alligator strap, with folding clasp, white dial with index, automatic Cal. 36-04, sapphire-crystal, 5 atm, with with moon-phase indicator, Ref.:1-36-04-05-02-31.
Senator Excellence line
Excellence in blue, silver grey and white
Two excellent timepieces from Glashütte Original step out in Basel with a striking new look: This spring the Saxon manufactory presents the Senator Excellence Panorama Date and the Senator Excellence Panorama Date Moon Phase in three new versions apiece – all destined for the style-conscious gentleman. Following the debut of initial versions in a classic style, the watches are now available in blue, silver grey and white, mounted in slightly bigger 42 mm stainless steel cases. With this contemporary, elegant design the brand extends its successful Senator Excellence line, which is based on the award-winning Calibre 36 automatic movement.
Wristwatch Glashütte Original, Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar, 42mm, 18K white gold, Alligator strap, with folding clasp, skeleton dial automatic Cal. 36-02, sapphire-crystal, with perpetual calendar, Ref.:1-36-02-03-04-30.
Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar - Limited Edition
The latest addition to the Senator Excellence family reveals the beauty and refined character of the movement to its full extent. The skeletonized dial of the Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar - Limited Edition offers deep insights into the mechanism within. From the moment it was launched in 2016, the innovative Calibre 36 set new standards in terms of precision, stability, running time and beauty. The new special edition takes up this central theme. Limited to 100 pieces, the new model lends the classic perpetual calendar a contemporary appearance.
36 mm, 18 ct rose gold/stainless steel, bezel with 52 brilliant-cut diamonds, Louisiana Alligator leather strap "off-white", roman numerals, fold fastener rose gold polished/satin-finish, waterproof up to 5 barm Ref.: 1-39-22-09-16-44.
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Glashütte Original - The Brand
Glashütte Original is a world-renowned brand representing the highest standards of quality and timeless elegance. As an au-thentic manufactory operating in the prestige segment of the market, it unites German watchmaking tradition and modern manufacturing methods under one roof. The company manufactures in-house up to 95 percent of all the components that go into a watch, including the elaborate dials. Timepieces from Glashütte Original are the product of the best in German engineering and craftsmanship and embody a successful synthesis of technical sophistication, reliable precision and functional design.
A DYNAMIC WATCHMAKING TRADITION
Glashütte Original is the modern representative of a dynamic watchmaking tradition dating back to the year 1845. Thanks to extreme production depth our timepieces are designed and manufactured almost entirely on our own premises – with dedication, a spirit of innovation and the experienced hands of our watchmakers.
Glashütte Original watches testify to their origins, combining clear design, precious materials and sophisticated technology with a robustness that makes them perfectly suited to everyday use. The term “manufactory” refers to this high proportion of authentic craft labour. However, it also characterises a company that is able to create and manufacture watches independently. Thus the glass walls of the manufactory building in Glashütte enclose the ongoing effort to explore the limits of what is possible in the modern art of watchmaking.
The origin of a Glashütte Original can be read in many details – in its classic elegant design and robust workmanship, but also in traditional elements such as the classic Glashütte three-quarter plate or the striking screw balance with swan neck fine adjustment, manufactured with great care in Glashütte.
The brand’s unique success story began in the mid-19th century in a little valley in the Ore Mountains only 30 kilometres from the Saxon capital of Dresden. Searching for new economic perspectives for the region, whose name derives from ancient iron ore deposits, the government was convinced to undertake an ambitious enterprise: the deliberate founding of a watchmaking industry in the former mining town of Glashütte. On the 7th of December 1845 the first young people began their watchmaking apprenticeships, thus laying the cornerstone for a new kind of time measurement.
The audacious plan succeeded. By the beginning of the 20th century, the high quality of watches made in Glashütte had already earned them worldwide renown. This reputation and their superb craftsmanship were to prove of decisive importance in the decades to come, when the course of history impacted the little town in a big way, leading eventually in 1951 to the merger of the surviving watchmaking firms into a single state-owned enterprise. Flexibility and strength, the power of innovation and nourishment of tradition assured not just the survival of the Glashütte watch industry but the possibility of its further development.