Glashutte has over 170 years of watchmaking experience and has now launched its stunning new Divers watch.
Named after the town in Germany where its watch factory is based, Glashutte has united history and the spirit of the present to produce the SeaQ diver’s piece.
This is one of the most striking watches we have seen in a long time and a worthwhile investment for watch enthusiasts.
Glashutte is one of the few brands left which uses its own movements and, inspired by the "Spezimatic Typ RP TS 200" developed in 1969, this watch is limited to 69 pieces.
The SeaQ 1969 assures a safe diving experience with all versions meeting the most stringent DIN/ISO standards. Water resistance, legibility, shock resistance and resistance to salt-water corrosion... it’s all there.
Equipped with a unidirectional, counter-clockwise rotating bezel with a perceptible click, this watch also boasts a screw-down crown and, for optimal legibility, generous Super-LumiNova highlighting.
There is also plenty of choice too. There are three straps available with this new style: a light, flat, comfortable stainless steel bracelet with eight-step fine adjustment mechanism, a waterproof and robust nylon mesh strap, and a stylish rubber strap.
This eye-catching piece is certainly worth the investment, combining unique style with functionality.