“Vibing Orange” and “Disco Blue”: Glashütte Original presents two limited editions of its Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date with bold dial colors that recall this groovy decade. Both watch faces feature a matte lacquer surface, which lends the bold hues a contemporary finish.
The Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date has been a favored member of the Glashütte Original collection for a long time. Its design is inspired by the trends of the eponymous decade, and new versions continue to add color and zest to the line.
The latest two iterations are extremely rare, only a hundred specimens will be produced of each dial color. The stainless-steel case has a diameter of 40mm, provides a water resistance of 100 meters and is available with a black rubber strap or a metal bracelet.
As is standard at the German luxury manufacture, a genuine movement drives the watch: the Glashütte Original Calibre 37-02. The automatic chronograph mechanism can amass a power reserve of 70 hours and offers a flyback function as well as a large date, these in addition to the time indication. A refined finishing quality à la Saxon fine watchmaking are on full display on the movement, visible through the sapphire crystal case back.
To become available at authorized Glashütte Original dealers globally, prices for the Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date will start at $13,700, with total production limited, as mentioned, to 100 editions for each color option.
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