Glashütte Original created several timepieces to honor different decades from the 19th century. The Seventies Panorama Date is one of them. This watch brings the unmistakable look and feel of the Seventies on every wrist while it’s paying its tribute to this an unique decade, its adventures and ever-expanding horizons. And why not? The Seventies inspired a new look in art and design and offered exciting new ways of seeing the world. No wonder we still admire this decade and especially its design.
Three models of the Seventies Panorama Date present a compelling tribute to both German design and the traditions of mechanical watchmaking in Glashütte. The watches present a distinctly Seventies character. The flowing curves of the streamlined steel case capture the spirit of the decade in a fascinating, iconic design. The dial, fashioned of German silver, is presented in galvanized silver, galvanized ruthenium, or blue. The ruthenium dial presents a sunburst surface, while the silver version is beautifully matt. The blue dial features finely graded shading passing from a lighter centre to a darker periphery.
The indexes on the dials are applied and come in white or rose gold, matching the hands. The watches feature central hours, minutes and seconds, a second stop and a panorama date at 6 o’clock. The automatic caliber 39-47 which provides the power for all of that is designed and crafted in the watchmaking manufactory of Glashütte in Germany. It provides a power reserve of approximately 50 hours.
The domed sapphire crystal case back offers the ultimate in wearability and comfort, and the polished as well as satin-finished stainless steel case and bracelet enhance the distinctive, vintage Seventies look and feel. The case is 40 mm in diameter and 6 mm in height and water-resistant up to 10 ATM.
The four-link metal bracelet fits the wrist nicely and the individual length can be adjusted by the closing and adjusting mechanism. In these bracelets don’t make use of pins, instead, the elements are screwed to one another, giving the strap more stability through eliminating the room for interplay between the links. Leather straps are also available for every color – in dark blue or grey. A sporty alternative is the black rubber strap.