Striking new colours inspired by Berlin.
The in-house, integrated chronograph movement is now more affordable.
The second generation of its signature perpetual, now with the calibre 36 that boasts a 100-hour power reserve.
The German watchmaker's psychedelic watch dials produced with 1960s equipment return in a square case.
Open-worked and hand-engraved, now with a white gold case.
The robust, chronometer-certified calibre 36 gets broadens its repertoire with complications.
The Senator Chronometer boasts a well conceived, highly finished movement designed for precise time setting.
Horological history of Germany explained at the watch museum in the centre of Glashütte.
Equipped with a newly development movement boasting impressive specs, the Senator Excellence is honest and quietly appealing.
We explain how an in-house movement - a real in-house movement - is made from start to finish at the vertically integrated manufactory of Glashütte Original.