Introduction To Glashütte’s ‘watch 1911-julia Assmann’ Watch

To Julia Assmann, one of the four pioneering fathers of the two watchmaking pioneers & mdash; & mdash; Glashütte Watchmaking Watch), a tribute to Roald Amundsen, the first Norwegian polar explorer to reach the South Pole in the world, and Glash & uuml; tteOriginal, a top watch brand with more than 165 years of history, is special Launched a limited edition of 25 watches & ldash; watch 1911 & mdash; Julias & middot; Asman (SenatorObserver1911 & ndash; Julius Assmann) watches.

 The watch has a white gold round case with a silver lacquered dial. The dial is stacked with three separate layers of white lacquer. It has a slender blue polished minute and pear-shaped hour hand and black Arabic numerals. The standard and rolled track-type scale rings are modified. The power reserve display small dial and small seconds dial are set at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, respectively. The big calendar window is at 6 o’clock. The back of the case is engraved with a number marking the limited edition (01/25), and the anti-glare sapphire crystal glass is engraved with the date of Amundsen’s arrival in the South Pole and the date of its centennial day & mdash; & mdash; December 14, 1911 and December 14, 2011. In addition, it is engraved with ‘Julius Assmann & ndash; Glash’ u / SA & rdquo; (Julias & middot; Assmann-Glasutti / Saxony), and & ldquo; Tribute to R. Amundsen (tribute to Amundsen) & rdquo ; Typeface. Comes with brown calfskin strap.

 In terms of power, the watch is equipped with a well-made 100-14 automatic self-winding movement with a reset mechanism to ensure the synchronization of the second hand with the standard time. In contrast to other resets, the second hand is not connected to the winding shaft or crown. Regardless of whether the crown is pulled out, the vibration system and the movement are continuously running, which can greatly reduce the wear of the movement parts.