Glashütte Original Sixties Chronograph Glacier Blue
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Glashutte Original Sixties Chronograph Glacier Blue
The Glashutte Original Sixties Chronograph Glacier Blue 1-39-34-04-22-04 is produced by Glashutte Original's dial factory situated in Pforzheim, a noteworthy center in Germany for both watch and adornments manufacture. The procedure is a multistage activity. A sunray design is primarily engraved on the dial, and it is squeezed into its domed form. Then two layers of coating are applied one by one, where the first one is a dark blue shade, and then the blue glacier coating is applied. The two different layers lead to give off its perfect shading inclination. Lastly, the 1960s time numerals and dial markers are fixed.
The blue dials are given completion in a dégradé shading which obscures near its edges. It’s an effect that entails numerous processes to accomplish. It begins with a dial blank created out of German silver that is first given a sun-beam wrap-up utilizing a pivoting metal brush. It is then squeezed to accomplish an arched shape that is a vital component of the retro style before going through galvanization. This procedure gives it a defensive, zinc-based covering.
At last, to attain the smoked look, the dial is covered with dark blue enamel that is thicker near the border and giving it a more dark shade edge. At that point, the surface is covered with a light blue veneer, making the separate, two-tone finish. The completing process includes etching the hour guides with a processing machine, uncovering the zinc-covered German silver underneath the blue enamel.
The dial design is the traditional bi-complex setup, having running seconds on the sub-dial at 3 o'clock and a chronograph minute aggregator towards the thirty minutes at the 9 o'clock sub-dial. Together, both the sub-dials are somewhat lower to give a more precise outline. The hour indicators are appliqué bar indicators apart from the 6 and 12, which are cushion imprinted in an elegant font and constant with the Sixties assortment.
Minute indicators are bars and move in print, interspersed at five-minute spans by SuperLuminova marks. Hands are usual stick hands with SuperLuminova infill, and the chronograph hand is a long, thin, pointy form which works out in the right way for the whole outlook of the watch.
Movement: GO Caliber 39-34
The watch’s movement is the GO Caliber 39-34, a module chronograph over the base in-house GO Caliber 39-32. The 39-32 is an old development, primarily presented by GO, and has verified to be truly solid and robust.
In the 39-34, the chronograph activity is a cam-actuated module planned by Dubuis Depraz, and it is situated below the dial and isn’t noticeable from the case back. As seen from the point before, the watch looks precisely similar to the automatic kind.
As an intermediary, the pushers' texture gives a decent substitute, and they function excellently. Every initiation, regardless of whether start, stop, or retune, is a light push. The strain to initiate each capacity is stable yet light with significant-good input and a comparative touch for a start, stop, and reset. This demonstrates the chronograph mechanism is pleasingly cleaned with slight resistance as the switches slide over one another.
While somewhat bigger, at 42 mm x 12.4 mm, the Sixties Chronograph shares a significant part of the fundamental Sixties model's qualities. It's a lovely straight design and appears, from its design perspective, to share qualities of mid-century chronographs instead of present-day chronographs.
Another truly magnetic component of Glacier Blue 1-39-34-04-22-04 is the arched case back, which permits a cleaned-up view on the development and even the sides of the product and provides excellent comfort while wearing the watch.
The Glashutte Original Sixties Chronograph Glacier Blue is hugely a stunning watch. It is very delicate and softened, having a calm glacier blue color—the critical charm of its unique fume-designed dial, known as dégradé by Glashutte watches.
Buy the Glashutte Original Sixties Chronograph Glacier Blue from Exquisite Timepieces, a leading brand for selling high watches worldwide.
|Dial Color||Glacier blue, varnished with dégradé effect, white Arabic numerals, diamond-cut hour markers with luminous dots|
|Dial Markers||Arabic Numerals and Indexes|
|Functions||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Chronograph|
|Movement||Mechanical Automatic, Caliber 39-34, 40 hours power reserve|
|Bracelet Strap||Calf leather strap nubuck brown-grey|
|Warranty||Full Factory Warranty|
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