The first underwater chronograph by
Glashütte Original

The flyback chrono function makes its debut in the SeaQ line, with a rugged, shock-resistant model that is water-resistant to 300 metres.

Glashütte Original SeaQ Chronograph

A vintage-inspired diver, the SeaQ debuted in 2019 modelled on a Glashütte Original diver from 1969: the Spezimatic Type RP TSW 200. From there came a series of models, belonging to the Spezialist collection, all complying with DIN 8306 and ISO 6425 standards and representing the sporty side of the brand.

In addition to the hitherto available versions, three hands and PanoramaDatum, there is a new version with a flyback chronograph: a versatile and robust watch with water resistance to 300 metres. The automatic 37-23 calibre is a variant of the IWC-manufactured 37 calibre, with a silicon balance spring for resistance to magnetic fields, 70 hours of power reserve and a construction designed to increase shock resistance.

Glashütte Original SeaQ Chronograph

Resistance that must be guaranteed, according to the requirements of the regulations for diving watches, to falls from a height of one metre. Consequently, the company's engineers have developed a system that prevents the dial from being deformed or bowed and the hands from getting stuck in the event of a fall, by inserting a protective hexagonal hollow screw in a central position under the pinion of the spheres to keep the dial in place even in the event of a shock.

Glashütte Original SeaQ Chronograph

The SeaQ chronograph has a 43.2 mm steel case combined with a dark blue dial that, in addition to the two continuous seconds and 30-minute chrono counters, also features the signature PanoramaDatum at 6 o'clock. The company offers it with a steel bracelet with a rapid extension system or with a blue rubber strap. Or with a grey or blue synthetic fabric strap made from recycled fishing nets.

Pricesfrom 14,500 to 15,700 euro.

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