Since its launch in 2016, the type 36 has seen numerous emphasess. Known for its noteworthy accuracy that surpasses chronometer confirmation, the type 36 keeps on dazzling. A year ago we saw the Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar based on its base and this year we have a similar watch in a restricted arrangement with a skeletonized dial. The Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar Limited Edition flaunts a 42mm white gold case with everything on the side of a QP – date, day, month, moonphase, and jump year sign – all on a perfectly removed skeletonized dial with guilloché base plate. It is controlled by the programmed type 36-02, which isn’t new yet is as yet something to appreciate (and it will not need any rectification until the year 2100). The watch is restricted to 100 pieces.
While this watch isn’t new, it is incredible to see Glashütte keep on using the type 36 development and expand on the Senator Excellence Collection. The Perpetual Calendar Limited Edition is absolutely more hearty regarding its profile and esthetics, which isn’t regularly some tea, yet I sort of like this one from them. The guilloché is a pleasant touch and relax the otherwise somber shading range. I anticipate seeing this one in the metal.
Brand: Glashütte Original
Model: Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar
Reference Number: 1-36-02-03-04
Case Material: White gold
Dial Color: Anthracite with skeletonized focus section
Indexes: Applied sticks
Strap/Bracelet: Dark blue crocodile with either white gold pin clasp or white gold collapsing buckle
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, interminable schedule with month, day of the week, date, moonphase, and jump year indicator
Power Reserve: 100 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Estimating & Availability
Price: $37,500 (with pin clasp), $39,900 (with collapsing buckle)
Availability: Later this year
Limited Edition: 100 pieces.
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