A few years now, Glashütte Original has been the official accomplice of the Berlinale (the Berlin Film Festival… which provoked us to make a film together with the brand ). Only a couple hours before the launch of the celebration, the Saxon brand gets us another watch, a committed restricted edition dependent on the great Senator Chronograph Panorama Date . Shockingly beautiful and propelled by the lively German capital, if it’s not too much trouble, meet the Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph “The Capital Edition”.
Glashütte Original is known for its sublime developments and the excellence of its mechanics, just as for a specific somber (very German, truth be told) feeling of plan. Tending towards perfect, monochromatic silver or dark dials, we have seen the brand moving in new ways as of late, with a portion of cool, less inflexible watches. For example, take a gander at the beautiful Sixties Chronograph or the treated steel rendition of the Senator Chronograph Panorama Date with its dark dial and light blue lists. A more youthful and bolder soul has been as of late injected into the assortments and the new Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph “The Capital Edition” is proof of that.
The new Senator Chronograph “The Capital Edition” is actually indistinguishable from the past editions of this complex, in-house chronograph. Both the case and the development are imparted to the gold edition dispatched in 2014 and the steel adaptation dispatched a year ago . This new edition, carefully restricted to 100 pieces in steel and 25 pieces in red gold, in any case, shocks us with another dial that is vivid, strong and phenomenal. Without a doubt, the thought was to take advantage of the lively mentality of Berlin, a city known for its special flair.
The dial of the Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph “The Capital Edition”, created in-house, is introduced in a warm “Bourbon Grey” shading, with a sunburst design. Showing green/earthy colored reflections, it likewise includes beige, white and blue subtleties. The sub-dials are surrounded by a dark blue ring, while the hands and files are loaded up with beige Super-LumiNova. Obviously not a plan that you would have expected to see the brand coming with a couple of years prior – yet times change and this new “The Capital Edition” is very refreshing.
The polished and glossy silk brushed 42 mm treated steel or red gold case is natural and rich. Not very lively, it adheres to its German legacy. While the gold edition is furnished with a dim blue leather tie, the steel rendition can be fitted with a tie coordinating the dial or a steel wristband. Furthermore, a five-piece restricted edition in platinum with a silver dial will likewise be introduced during the Berlin Film Festival.
Inside the instance of the Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph “The Capital Edition” is a similar Caliber 37 preparing other models in the assortment. This in-house programmed development is a cutting edge take on the chronograph, with its coordinated design, its section haggle work. It runs at a cutting edge 4Hz recurrence and can stockpile to 80-hours of force save. The showcase is likewise rather novel, with the mark Panorama Date situated at 6 o’clock, a little seconds counter at 9 o’clock with a force save pointer and the chronograph counters individually at 12 o’clock and 3 o’clock.
The Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph “The Capital Edition” will be accessible in 100 pieces in steel at EUR 13,200 (on leather) and EUR 14,700 (on wristband), 25 pieces in red gold at EUR 27,700 just as 5 pieces dressed in platinum (value TBC). More subtleties on glashuette-original.com .