Glashütte Original presents a new twist on one of its classic, the Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date with a “Fab Green” dial. As is de rigueur at the German luxury manufacture, the watch face is distinguished by a cool color gradient.
Black indices and hands with Superluminova coating make their mark for the very first time within the Seventies line and are combined with the brand’s signature Panorama Date, here with white numbers on a black background, and a power reserve indicator which is integrated into the subdial for the subsidiary seconds.
While the appearance mirrors the bold style of the decade the timepiece shares its name with, the movement represents cutting edge. Inside the stainless steel case, itself featuring a diameter of 40mm by 40mm and a water resistance of 100 meters, we find the self-winding caliber 37-02. The caliber is fully-stocked with a stop-second feature, column-wheel control, flyback function, 30-minute display and numeric 12-hour display. It goes without saying that this high-end manufacture caliber is finished to the highest standards of Glashütte fine watchmaking.
The new model is available with three straps and bracelets: brown-gray nubuck leather, black rubber or fashioned entirely in cool stainless steel. Retail for the new Glashütte Original Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date “Fab Green” starts at $13,400.
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