Senator Tourbillon

  • Senator Collection

    Senator Tourbillon

    The Senator Tourbillon presents a famous Glashütte complication in modern dress.

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  • Reference Number

  • Calibre movement

    Automatic movement 94-03
  • Functions

    small second on tourbillon cage Flying Tourbillon Panorama Date hour and minute (central)
  • Case

    18 ct white gold, crown with double G-logo, screwed case back, waterproof up to 5 bar
  • Dimensions

    Diameter: 42.00 mm, height: 13.70 mm
  • Dial

    varnished grey-grainé fine matt, Roman numerals, railroad chapter ring milled, hands white gold
  • Strap

    Louisiana Alligator nubuck leather strap grey, double fold fastener white gold satin-finish
  • Also available

    1-94-03-04-04-50 (Short clasp)
    1-94-03-04-04-02 (Buckle)
  • Price

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Calibre 94-03

    Calibre 94-03
  • Movement

    Glashütte Original manufactory movement
  • Dimensions

    Diameter: 32.2 mm, Height: 8.45 mm
  • Jewels

  • Power Reserve

    48 h ± 5 %
  • Frequency

    21,600 vph, equivalent to 3 Hz
  • Remarks

    exquisitely finished movement Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish screw balance Breguet-spring skeletonized rotor with 21 ct gold oscillation weight bevelled/polished edges polished steel parts
  • Tradition-rich whirlwind

    The Senator Tourbillon „Edition Alfred Helwig“ appears to contradict the law of gravity in two ways at once: The untiring rotation of its Flying Tourbillon resists the pull of gravity, and the filigreed mounting reinforces the impression of pure weightlessness.

  • Timelessly beautiful: The new face of the Senator Tourbillon

  • Exclusive combination

    The exclusive combination of two famous classics from Glashütte: the Flying Tourbillon, developed in 1920 by Alfred Helwig, encounters the characteristic Panorama Date by Glashütte Original.

  • Harmonious design

    The dial visuals present a harmonious arrangement: the striking Panorama Date at 12 o’clock and filigreed pear-shaped hands ensure aesthetically satisfying elegance. The real eye-catcher is the exceptional Flying Tourbillon with seconds indicator at 6 o’clock, which acts as a visual counterpoint to the Panorama Date.

  • Refined elegance

    The Flying Tourbillon is an horological invention of rare beauty. Glashütte Original presents the Senator Tourbillon as a tribute to the Glashütte master watchmaker Alfred Helwig, who developed this sophisticated complication in 1920.

  • Complex mechanics

    The Senator Tourbillon is powered by the perfectly finished automatic movement Calibre 94-03 with a 48-hour power reserve. The filigreed mechanism of the Flying Tourbillon is easily admired through the anti-reflective sapphire crystal protecting the dial.

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Filigreed details

The striking dial presents elegant Roman numerals and a classic railroad chapter ring, which are engraved in the grained dark grey dial and given a silver surface.

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A creative mind

Alfred Helwig, the inventor of the Flying Tourbillon, is one of the most significant figures in Glashütte's history. Today the Glashütte Original watchmaking school bears his name for good reason: as a teacher for 31 years, the ingenious master watchmaker transferred his knowledge to the next generation.

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