Senator Glashütte Collection 60s Large Calendar Watch
The German watch and clock magazine ‘Watch’ cooperates with the news magazine ‘Focus’ and invites readers to participate in the selection of the ‘2011 Gold Balance Award’ for the fifth time. More than 398 watches have been nominated in five price categories. Eleven thousand readers voted for their favorite styles by postcard or online. At the BMW World event in Munich on February 24th, Thomas Wanka, president of Watch Magazine, announced the winners.
Glashütte’s MP 60s Grand Calendar watch won the 2011 Gold Balance Award in the price category of 10,000 Euros. A total of 1469 readers voted for this watch.
Mr. Günter Wiegand, Managing Director of Glashütte Watch Factory, accepted the award with honor on behalf of all Glashütte employees.
The parliamentary series of sixties big calendar watches debuted at the world’s largest watch and jewelry show-the Basel International Watch & Jewellery Expo 2010 in Switzerland.
The Senator Series 60s Grand Calendar watch combines superb traditional mechanical watchmaking craftsmanship with a classic ‘retro 60s’ design.
The unique details and dial finish design are both eye-catching and stylish, evoking memories of the unique shapes of the 1960s. The raised galvanized black dial gives the prominent position to the large calendar display window, while the 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock, 9 o’clock, and 12 o’clock positions use exquisitely shaped silver Arabic numerals to complement the exquisite black minute outer ring. . The white gold hour, minute, and second hands have soft arcs, and the diamond-cut hour markers further enhance the simplicity and elegance of the entire design.
Through the raised sapphire crystal surface of the Senator series 60s watch, the large calendar window is the first to be seen, and through the sapphire crystal back, you can clearly see the 39-47 automatic winding movement and the 21K gold pendant with double G logo.
A polished stainless steel case and a well-made black Louisiana crocodile leather strap complete this twentieth-century vintage-designed watch.