Glashütte Original just introduced two new versions of the SeaQ Panorama Date diver’s watch, the first in a bi-shading stainless steel and red gold composition with a dark dial and the second matching a dark dial to a full red gold case.
Dispatched in 2019 (you can peruse our involved review here ), the SeaQ Panorama Date is a top-quality diver’s watch with no-compromise finishes, an innovative assembling development and a refined look with more character than most watches in a similar classification.
Embellished by a sunray finish, the galvanic dark dial of the bi-shading model and the silver-dim tone of its steel case are all around complemented by the shine of the rotating bezel and the crown, both created in red gold. Galvanic gold numerals, indices and hands provide additional warm accents.
Dark and gold loan the red gold version a solid presence. The unidirectional rotating bezel’s ceramic ring with white veneer inlay, the liberal utilization of luminous white highlights and the Panorama Date’s white numerals on a dark ground guarantee fantastic readability. The hands, Arabic numerals and bar indexes highlight rich galvanic gold surfaces that stand apart on the dark dial, likewise upgraded by a sunray finish.
On account of the screw-down crown and the midway screwed sapphire gem case back, the SeaQ Panorama Date is water-resistant up to 30 bar, around 300 meters/1,000 feet.
The 43.2 mm case houses the automatic Caliber 36-13 with the typical Glashütte three-quarter plate architecture. All components are meticulously finished with decorations and esthetic refinements like perlage, sunburst finishing, stripe finish, bevelling, and polishing.
Beating at a recurrence of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations each hour), this development delivers first-class precision and stability on account of the innovative silicon spiral and the single spring barrel ensuring a force save of over 100 hours or over 4 days.
The SeaQ Panorama Date meets the most rigorous German and international DIN and ISO quality principles in the wake of undergoing intensive in-house testing to certify its water resistance and airtightness. All the pieces should effectively complete a 24-day test, the greatness test, that includes a simulation of the conditions of ordinary wear, and a 12-day monitoring of rate precision in six different positions. An individual certificate provides evidence of this test.
The two models are available with a waterproof dark nylon network tie grew especially for the SeaQ or with a dark elastic tie with relief design with the possibility to pick between a pin clasp or a crease latch.
Prices of the new Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date watches start from Euro 14,500 for the bi-shading version (ref. 1-36-13-04-91) or Euro 24,500 for the full red gold model (ref. 1-36-13-03-90). glashuette-original.com