The new Glashütte Original SeaQ Chronograph is not only an “off-road” companion, it’s an experience in itself – Glashütte Original‘s watchmakers and designers have made sure of it, down to the tiniest detail. The premiere model’s favourite hue is dark blue: the colour of the skies and the sea, it emanates clarity and calm. The striking stainless steel case is finely crafted and rests easily on the wrist, smooth and cool. It’s held firmly and comfortably in place by the owner’s strap of choice: a classic stainless steel link bracelet, a dark blue rubber strap or one of the high-quality grey or blue synthetic fabric straps made from recycled fishnets.
The Calibre 37-23 automatic movement delivers the perfect rhythm, even when traveling well off the beaten track. Just like its wearer, the SeaQ Chronograph has no trouble rising above apparent obstacles. Can it withstand the pressure of a dive beneath the surface? With water resistance up to 30 bar (300 m), no problem. Magnetism? The movement’s silicon balance spring is clearly unimpressed.
Movement: Calibre 37-23 automatic, finely finished
Functions: Hour, minute (central), small second with second stop, chronograph with flyback, stop-second (central), 30-minute counter, Panorama Date
Special features: Tested using DIN 8306 and ISO 6425 for diver’s watches
Frequency: 28,800 A/h, equivalent to 4 Hz
Running time: 70 hours
Case: Polished/satin-brushed stainless steel, rotating bezel with ceramic inlay, engraved case back with sapphire crystal, water resistant to 30 bar
Diameter: 43.2 mm
Dial: PVD blue, rhodium-plated appliques with Super-LumiNova®
Glass: Sapphire crystal, anti-reflective on both sides
Bracelet/Strap:Blue rubber with pin buckle or folding clasp,
grey synthetic fabric with pin buckle or folding clasp, blue synthetic fabric with pin buckle or folding clasp, stainless steel bracelet with fine adjustment mechanism
About Glashütte Original
Glashütte Original upholds the values of authentic manufactory production and can look back on an uninterrupted history that began in 1845. Located in the Saxon town of Glashütte, the manufactory brings traditional craftsmanship and innovative technologies together under one roof. The tradition-rich brand produces up to 95 percent of all movement components as well as the filigree dials in-house, and represents the German art of watchmaking at its best.