Sinn - 910 Anniversary Split Seconds Chronograph

Sinn – 910 Anniversary Split Seconds Chronograph

Created to stamp Sinn’s 55th anniversary, the 910 Anniversary model is a vintage-looking chronograph with split-seconds system for recording transitional occasions.

The warm-conditioned dial – with little seconds at 9 o’clock and 30-minute chronograph counter at 3 o’clock – has the disposition to highlight a twofold tachymetre scale which stretch out the readings to 30 units (e.g. kilometers) each hour rather than only 60 units.

The split-seconds hand moves in a state of harmony with the red seconds hand until the push-piece at 8 o’clock is squeezed. This activity stops the split-seconds hand allowing one to peruse the transitional time with  precision. When pressing the push-piece again, the split-seconds hand finds the seconds hand and keeps on moving in a state of harmony with it.

The Sinn 910 Anniversary is fueled by a stun safe and hostile to magnetic Valjoux 7750 self-winding development. Beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour, it includes a wrench wheel control component – obvious through straightforward sapphire gem back – which controls the beginning, pause and reset capacities. Since this component is liable to high degrees of stress, it is fundamental that the instrument is gathered with the most extreme consideration and accuracy to limit mileage.

The tempered steel case, alternating cleaned and silk brushed surfaces, has a distance across of 41.5 mm and a complete thickness of 15.5 mm. Waterproofness is 10 bar/100 meters/330 feet.

A restricted release delivered in 300 pieces, the Sinn 910 Anniversary has a retail cost of Euro 5,500 and incorporates both a calfskin tie and a strong hardened steel arm band. The restricted version number and the years 21961–20162 are engraved working on this issue back.