Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date - DIN 8306 & ISO 6425 Test + Excellence Test

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Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date - DIN 8306 & ISO 6425 Test + Excellence Test

Mon, 10/28/2019 - 16:57
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#glashuetteoriginal In this video I invite you to a look behind the scenes in Glashütte / Saxony / Germany @ Glashütte Original. Its manufacturing process is distinguished by a very high degree of vertical integration. So almost everything is done in-house, except the alligator-Straps maybe, since Glashütte Original does not have its own crocodile farm in the backyard. The Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date is the manufacturers new ticking superstar and in the video we follow part of its manufacturing process + the demanding DIN 8306 & ISO 6425 test + Excellence test.

DIN 8306 & ISO 6425 Test

Combining the DIN 8306 & ISO 6425 test will assure that every SeaQ Panorama Date is water-resistant to 300 meters and thus suitable for professional divers. The DIN and ISO tested SeaQ Panorama Date SeaQ Panorama Date meets the most rigorous quality standards in terms of water and shock resistance, prevention of salt water corrosion, and many other criteria.

Glashütte Original Excellence Test

The exquisitely finished, in-house developed and manufactured 36-13 automatic calibre offering 100 hours of power reserve, with bevelled edges, polished steel parts, blued/polished screws, a Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish, a skeletonized rotor with 21 carat gold oscillation weight, an adjustment of rate by adjustment screws, a fine adjustment of rate symmetry by a swan-neck spring and a silicon hairspring undergoes together with the entire watch is tested for 24 days - under conditions extending even beyond a chronometer test. An engraving and individual test certificate act as quality seals for every watch.

 

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