Glasutti’s Original New Calibre 37 Chronograph Series Debuted In New York

The world-famous exhibition of original and new timepieces by the famous German watch brand Glashütte has recently landed in New York. As an important stop of this tour exhibition, Glashütte Original hosted a unique evening at the New York Museum’s Sky Room Observation Deck. VIP guests from New York were especially invited to appreciate the complex craftsmanship and elegance of the brand. The opening of the party was fortunate to invite Mr. Dieter Pachner, the original vice president of sales of Glashütte and Steve Cohen, the American brand manager, to welcome the guests and guide everyone to appreciate this section in terms of technical details New chronograph. The event featured a series of fascinating antique chronograph watches in the form of an interactive exhibition. All exhibits have been produced by the town of Glashütte over the past 170 years, and they will lead guests through the time corridor to explore the tradition and evolution of Glashütte’s original chronographs.

 However, the star of the night was undoubtedly still Glashütte’s original 37 movement. This movement is an original and independently developed and developed by Glashütte Original. The entire movement is made in Glashütte’s original watchmaking factory. This new self-winding movement stands in two exquisite chronographs: the elegant Senator Chronograph Panorama Date and the dynamic Seventies Chronograph Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date. Both watches feature integrated column wheel chronograph mechanics, combining many complex functions in one.

 In order to let the guests in-depth look into the mystery of this new movement, a young watchmaker from the town of Glashütte was specially arranged to demonstrate the assembly steps of the movement. In addition, there are special racing racing tracks tailored for the party at the venue. Guests can experience the accuracy and reliability of this new chronograph by measuring the racing time.
 The music of the party was performed by the famous violin soloist Bryson Andres. His music arrangement cleverly blended classical and modern elements, which made the audience fascinated.

 The next stop of this 37-calibre chronograph tour is Chicago. At that time, Glashütte Original will hold an interactive exhibition at the tourbillon boutique (545 North Michigan Avenue), and it will be held from November 18 to 23. Open to the public.