Glashütte Original extends its Senator assortment with two variants of the Perpetual Calendar and the Panorama Date Moon Phase described by shocking blue dials made in Glashütte Original’s own dial manufactory in Pforzheim, Germany. One more affirmation that blue is very stylish.
In the two models, the galvanic blue dial is outlined by a cleaned 40 mm tempered steel case and fitted with a dim blue croc calfskin lash and overlay over catch in treated steel.
The extraordinary blue of these new dials is accomplished through a galvanic shading measure which requests total exactness, guaranteeing that the pressure is at the right level, that the dials are lowered in the shower for accurately the correct time allotment, and that the right distance is kept up between the components in the shower, among different prerequisites.
Other particular and common components of the two dials are the “poire” molded hands, the dark Roman numerals, the moment railroad section ring, the minuscule silver moon and, obviously, the Glashütte Original’s average panorama date show.
The Senator Perpetual Calendar adds two rectangular openings at 2 o’clock and 10 o’clock, for the month and for the day of the week separately, and one tactful jump year show showing a red spot to demonstrate a jump year followed by yellow, high contrast dabs for progressive years.
The Senator Perpetual Calendar is driven by the Saxon manufactory’s programmed type 100-02, the Senator Panorama Date Moon Phase by the type 100-04, both beating at 28,800 vph and offering 55 hours of force save.
A corrector inset for the situation at 8 o’clock resets the second hand to zero for simple synchronization with a period standard.
Through the sapphire gem case backs of the two models it is conceivable to respect the high completing of the developments: screw offset with 18 weighted gold-covered screws, twin spring barrels, swan-neck fine change, skeletonized rotor with 21-carat gold wavering weight.
The Senator Perpetual Calendar Blue Dial has a cost of around Euro 18,800/US$ 22,300 with gator tie or Euro 20,000/US$ 23,800 with steel wristband. The Senator Panorama Date Moon Phase Blue Dial is Euro 9,700/US$ 11,500 with croc tie or Euro 10,800/US$ 12,700 with steel wristband.
The two models will be accessible solely in Glashütte Original boutiques in Dresden, Paris, Geneva, Madrid, Dubai, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau and Tokyo. glashuette-original.com