The Swinging Sixties were characterised by contrasts, just like the latest retro-style timepiece that bears their name. Different colours and textures define the look of this year’s edition from our manufactory: a finely embossed, stone-grey dial with a dégradé effect meets shimmering gold reflections and a dark blue textile strap.
As an annual edition, this model is limited in time and will only be produced in a small number of pieces.
Polished stainless steel case
The stainless steel case of this chronograph is polished to a high gloss and has a diameter of 42 mm. A special domed case back made of sapphire crystal not only provides an optimal view of the mechanical movement, but also guarantees maximum wearing comfort: this allows the timepiece to nestle perfectly on the wrist. This model is worn on a blue synthetic strap whose yarn was made from recycled fishing nets and is particularly robust.
The Sixties Chronograph with its striking vintage look is a testament to individuality without pushing itself to the fore. Its round case draws the eye to an elaborately refined dial. The shimmering grey in the centre changes to a darker tone on the outside, creating a fascinating dégradé effect. The dial is also delicately embossed using original tools of the time. Two white Arabic numerals are complemented by incised hour markers with luminous dots and red gold domed hands.
Inside this self-winding chronograph, the manufactory calibre 39-34 ensures a precise heartbeat. It reliably drives the hour, minute and small seconds displays as well as the stop-second and 30-minute counter and pulses at 4 Hz. Its filigree components are artfully finished by hand – for example with the traditional Glashütte stripe finish, bevelled edges, polished screws and a skeletonised rotor with an oscillating weight made of 21-carat gold.