Glashütte’s First Observatory In Germany

Glasuti Senator Chronometer is the first observatory watch to be released with a certificate issued by the German Calibration Service (DKD). It officially entered the Chinese market at the end of last year. The ‘heart’ of the Senator Chronometer is a hand-wound movement 58-01. After the latest refinement, this exquisitely crafted and stunning movement can be seen through the anti-glare sapphire crystal case back. As an example of Glashütte’s superb watchmaking skills, this movement has three-quarters of splints, screw-set gold sleeves and hand-carved balance wheels. This movement is also equipped with a newly developed transmission gear, which controls the power reserve display and has a power of up to 45 hours.

    The wearer can use the novel stop-second / reset mechanism to adjust the time conveniently and accurately. Pull out the crown to stop the time running, the second hand jumps back and maintains the initial position; at the same time, the minute hand moves to the next minute scale. When you turn the crown to adjust the time, the minute hand moves according to the minute scale. This mechanical structure can always ensure the precise relationship between the minute hand and the second hand. The movement is equipped with a new day / night display, making it easier to adjust the date.