Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date 1-37-02-14-02-70 - Glashütte Original
Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date
40.00 x 40.00 mmDimensions
Stainless steelThe case's material
Automatic movementMovement type
Metal bracelet, Stainless steelStrap type
Limited to 100 pieces worldwideLimited Edition
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Vintage icon in stainless steel
The striking 40 mm x 40 mm stainless steel case with its rounded corners is the trademark of the Seventies line. It gives it a vintage character that is as noble as it is unmistakable. With this limited model, there are two strap variants to choose from: black rubber or sporty stainless steel. Thanks to the sapphire crystal case back, the iconic chronograph provides insight into its interior and is water resistant to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m).
Robust retro classic
This chronograph has a clearly visible column wheel switch and an extremely robust construction. The characteristic Panorama Date of Glashütte Original and the 12-hour counter are colour-matched and feature white numerals on a black background. They are complemented by a small second display with power reserve indicator, a 30-minute counter and a stop-second in the middle, which can be reset and restarted with just one press thanks to the flyback function.
Dial in "Golden Bay"
The internally manufactured, matt lacquered dial is inspired by the joie de vivre and the longing for far-away places of the seventies. The warm ochre tone of this limited edition of 100 pieces evokes distant beaches and sunny lagoons – every time you look at your wrist. Another new feature is the dark tone of the two subdials, which stand out clearly against the light background. They are perfectly complemented by the black hands and display discs of the 12-hour counter and Panorama Date.
Refined automatic movement
Even though the Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date has the look and feel of a child of the Seventies, the heart beating inside it is a contemporary automatic movement. Not only is the manufactory Calibre 37-02 equipped with a superior power reserve of 70 hours, its refined finishes are also excellent examples of traditional Glashütte watchmaking, with bevelled and polished edges, blued screws, and the famous Glashütte stripe finish on bridges, balance cock and a skeletonised rotor.
- Hour and minute
- Stop second chronograph
- Small second
- 30 minute counter
- 12-hours counter
- Panorama Date
- Power reserve display
- Screwed crown
- Matt lacquered "Golden Bay"
- Indices applied
- Printed scales
- Hour markers with luminous spots
- White Panorama Date on black background
- Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish
- Regulator-free fine adjustment
- Skeletonized rotor with double-G symbol and 21-carat gold oscillation weight
- Polished steel parts
- Bevelled/polished edges
- Screws polished/blued