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Glashütte Original’s Sixties Iconic Square Collection is comprised of five new chronograph models. 0

Glashütte Original Sixties Iconic Square

Glashütte Original evokes the geometric forms and the colorful 1960s of the new era of the iconic square set, a group of five chronograph square squares buffered cases and five glare, the color of the dial in the company produced by the dialmaker of the German Pufuerzheim town.


The Glashütte Original Sixties Iconic Square watches — and, in fact, the brand’s entire Sixties collection — draw their inspiration from the “Spezimatic” models produced in Germany in the 1960s. The modern models’ cushion-shaped square cases, domed dials, curved hands, and period-appropriate wavy Arabic numerals are callbacks to those now-iconic mid-century timepieces. The dial colors are Sixties Iconic Forest (green); Sixties Iconic Ocean (blue); Sixties Iconic Graphite (gray); Sixties Iconic Tangerine (yellow-orange); and Sixties Iconic Fire (bright red). All are made using original tools and authentic materials from the decade for which the collection is named. read more

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Glashütte Original Senator Manual-Winding Skeleton Review

The movement’s function and design perfectly syncs with the case and the dial, creating a beautiful timepiece. The Senator Manual Winding Skeletonized Edition appears to be a true feat of architecture in terms of horology.

The movement is almost completely visible, and since it only measures in at 4.2 millimeters, the watch gets a high grade in terms of comfort, even on a smaller wrist. The movement is fully designed and is put on display. The hand-engraving and pattern design featured on the front and back perfectly continues the Caliber 49 line at Glashütte Original. read more

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On the Wrist: Glashütte Original Senator Observer

With brighter hands, a darker dial and a different font, the newest Glashütte Original Senator Observer is subtly sportier in 2015. This German brand’s previous Senator Observer echoed the more classic look of German marine chronometers models, with silver, grey or white dials and blued hands. But as this newest iteration I’ve been wearing for about a week or so demonstrates, with well-placed new luminescence, a traditional chronometer can become just a bit livelier. read more