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The enchanting blue color was created through a painstaking process of galvanization / ©Glashütte Original
To create the perfect shade of blue, Glashütte’s master watchmakers had to undertake a painstaking process of galvanization. Rhodium-plated indexes and hands coated with Super-LumiNova were mounted by hand. The signature Panorama Date at 6 o’clock and the 12-hour chronograph counter below 12 o’clock are color-matched and feature white numerals set against a blue background.
The dial is complemented with a small second display and power reserve indicator, a 3o-minute counter, and a central stop-second, which can be reset to zero and restarted with a single press of the flyback function pusher.
While it may look like a watch from a bygone era, inside it is as modern as any timepiece. At its heart, the Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date is equipped with a handmade, in-house automatic movement. The Caliber 37-02 has up to 70 hours power reserve and showcases subtle signs of world-class watchmaking.
The watch is powered with the in-house Caliber 37-02 movement with up to 70 hours power reserve / ©Glashütte Original
The Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date featuring a dark blue dial is available now from official Glashütte Original dealers around the world.
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