Glashütte Original – Senator Chronograph Panorama Date
Glashütte Original developed another section wheel chronograph development, planned and hand-created completely in its own manufactory, which appeared at the core of the Senator Chronograph Panorama Date, introduced at BaselWorld 2014 of every two adaptations, one with a red gold case and lacquered silver grained dial and the other with a platinum case and hand-completed silver dial.
The new Caliber 37-01 integrates central stop seconds hand, 30 moment and 12 hour counters with flyback instrument; little seconds counter with power hold marker, and Glashütte Original’s Panorama Date show.
The model with the red gold case features a lacquered silver grained dial with dark railroad section ring and dark Roman numerals while the model in platinum embraces a silver plated gold dial with laser-engraved black tachometric scale, railroad part ring and Roman numerals.
Both dial includes a 12 hour chronograph counter at 12 o’clock, a brief chronograph counter at 3 o’clock and a little seconds dial with high contrast power save marker at 9 o’clock. The mark Panorama Date show with dark numerals on an ivory ground is situated at the focal point of the lower half of the dial.
All hands are in blued steel, and the dial is outlined by a thin, exquisite bezel. The 42 mm case is satin brushed and cleaned and has an absolute thickness of 14 mm. The crown of the platinum model is set with a blue sapphire.
The chronograph start and stop capacities are enacted by the pusher at the upper right half of the case, the flyback system by the pusher at the lower right. Squeezing the flyback pusher stops the on-going chronographic time estimation and the chronograph hour, moment and second hands bounce back to nothing. The time estimation does not stop, in any case, yet rather begins quickly another estimation when the flyback pusher is delivered.
The precisely completed development with its bi-directional rotor in 21-ct gold wavering weight is obvious through the sapphire gem back case. A single spring barrel deals with the 70-hour power reserve.
Guideline of the wavering framework beating at 28,000 vph (4Hz) is performed utilizing four gold screws on the equilibrium edge; the shortfall of a controller on the spring permits the development to run ceaselessly over an any longer timeframe, bringing about expanded precision.