Glashütte Original Senator Observer 100-14-02-02-14
Julius Assmann was one of the extraordinary watchmakers who established the industry in Glashütte. His firm specialized in the manufacture of these handmade wonders, and the precision and reliability of its observation watches - in particular under extreme weather conditions - made them indispensable instruments for navigation officers, pilots, and pioneering explorers such as Roald Amundsen, who took a number of Julius Assmann observation watches with him on his legendary expedition to the South Pole in 1911.
The design of the Senator Observer takes its inspiration directly from the observation watches made in Julius Assmann's Glashütte atelier. Two stainless steel models are presented, one with a lacquered silver grained dial, the other with a lacquered gray grained dial.
|Country of Manufacture||Germany|
|Bracelet Strap||Stainless Steel|
|Case Width||Ø 44mm|
|Clasp Type||Fold Fastener|
|Dial Color||Varnished grey-grainé|
|Functions||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date and Power Reserve Indication|
|Dial Markers||Arabic Numerals|
|Warranty||Full Factory Warranty|