At Midnight Glashütte Sixties Series Dark Blue Debut

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   Ever since the debut of the Sixties watch by Glashütte Original, Germany’s top watchmaker, it has been very popular. This watch series created by Saxon craftsmen not only attracts a crowd of nostalgic trends, but the watch’s blend of elegance, retro modernity and independent and independent design is a reflection of the exciting 1960s. The full-featured shape design of the Sixties series and all the small details are so fashionable and eye-catching, as if in an instant, the exclusive flavor scenery of the 60s is completely reproduced in front of everyone.
   This year, the brand has added a new member to the prestigious vintage watch series of Sixties, adding new charming colors to the Sixties and Sixties Panorama Date models. The two watches have appeared in the dark blue and blue colors of the night and the night, making them infinite. Surprise.

   The German arched silver dial of the watch is electroplated in the brand’s own factory, and the watch is also decorated with sun-ray texture. In the minute circle, the Arabic numerals of the same style are used on the 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock scales. The slightly curved white gold hour and minute hands with super luminous paint, and the elegant second hand slowly rotate to ensure that the time displayed by the watch is never different. The design of the watch is pure and simple, and even the hour scale on the dial is precisely manufactured by the factory.

   The stainless steel case of Sixties has a diameter of 39 mm, while the stainless steel case of Sixties Panorama Date has a diameter of 42 mm. It has the brand’s famous large calendar window. The white background is set against a blue background.
   If you flip the watch, you will find the six arches of sapphire crystal in the Sixties series. This design allows people to watch the movement of the watch from a wider and clearer angle. Whether it is its own 39-52 movement or its 39-47 movement in the Sixties Panorama Date watch, it is definitely a special feature of the two watches. Both watches have a 40-hour power reserve, and the craftsmanship is very delicate and professional, in order to meet the stringent standards of the brand Saxony watch factory. From the beveled edge design of the two watch movements, polished stainless steel components, gooseneck trimmer, 21K gold skeleton rotor and the brand’s unique 3/4 splint with stripe decoration, you can easily discover the brand’s iconic design.

   In addition, both watches are matched with the dark blue Louisiana alligator leather strap, which is a perfect match to the 1960s, and the stainless steel pin buckle on the strap is fastened to the wrist.
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