The Glashütte Original SeaQ Goes Chronograph

In an exciting release for fans of the Glashütte Original SeaQ, the retro diver’s watch is taking shape as a chronograph for the first time in its history. The new addition to the Specialist collection features a blue sunburst two-counter dial with a color-coordinated panorama date.

The 43.2mm steel case features a scratch-resistant blue ceramic bezel of the ISO 6425 certification. The specially shock-protected exterior is pressure-resistant to 30 bar.

At the heart of this luxury watch is the automatic manufacture caliber 37-23 equipped with a column-wheel mechanism and flyback function. As is standard for the German brand, the in-house movement offers a power autonomy of 70 hours as well as first-class finishes in accordance with finest Glashütter traditions.

The Glashütte Original SeaQ Chronograph is available beginning in October 2022. WatchTime readers have the opportunity to see it on display during this year’s WatchTime New York  at Midtown Manhattan’s Gotham Hall from October 21-23.

There are various strap options for the Glashütte Original SeaQ Chronograph, one that is rubber and one that is synthetic, both retailing for $13,900. The other option is a metal bracelet that retails for $14,800.

To learn more, visit Glashütte Original, here.

And to see the new watch in person, along with hundreds of other new, rare, and interesting timepieces, be sure to reserve your tickets now for WatchTime New York 2022!

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  1. Oh wow. I like the brand, I like their big date, I like chronographs, but have not been wild about their options…until this. The SeaQ Pano date has been on my short list since it came out, and this one is even more interesting.

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