Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph Panorama @ World Brand Piazza 2014

Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph Panorama Date astounds watch lovers at World Brand Piazza 2014, the distinguished watch exhibition presented by Prince Jewellery & Watch. Glashütte Original embodies the art of chronograph in the new Senator Chronograph Panorama Date as part of the manufactory’s Art & Technik pillar. The Senator Chronograph Panorama Date comes in two versions: one with a platinum case and hand-finished silver dial and the other with a red gold case and lacquered silver grained dial, and both incorporated with Calibre 37-01 column wheel chronograph. The new Calibre 37-01 is the first it has conceived and built specifically as a chronograph movement. The structurally simplified movement increases stability, resulting in superior performance over time. The manufactory’s inhouse design team has successfully integrated a unique combination of features: central stop seconds hand, 30 minute and 12 hour counters with flyback mechanism; small seconds counter with power reserve indicator (70 hours), and Glashütte Original’s compelling implementation of the Panorama Date display. The Senator Chronograph Panorama Date displays the signature symmetrical harmony of the manufactory’s classic yet contemporary Senator line. The dial presents an elegant 12 hour chronograph counter at 12 o’clock, while the Panorama Date display with black numerals on an ivory ground is positioned at the centre of the lower half of the dial. The small seconds dial with black and white power reserve indicator appears at 9 o’clock, the 30 minute chronograph counter at 3 o’clock. All hands are in blued steel, and the dial is framed by a slim, elegant bezel and case in satin brushed and polished platinum or red gold. The well-anticipated Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph Panorama Date, together with a number of the brand’s remarkable timepieces, would be showcased at World Brand Piazza 2014 presented by Prince Jewellery & Watch Company from the 3rd to the 7th of September.

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