Glashütte Original Launches Adventure-Ready SeaQ Panorama Date Watch
The German watchmaker debuts a rugged timepiece in a new “reed green” hue featuring a 100-hour power reserve.
Reliability and trust are key components of watchmaking: You need to be able to depend on your timepiece of choice in adverse conditions, trusting all the while that it’s made with precision and durability.
You can count on all of that with the latest release from German watchmaker Glashütte Original, which today debuts a revamped Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Watch with plenty of stunning specs.
As far as luxury watches are concerned, it blends bold design with tried-and-true functionality, boasting capabilities like a remarkable 100-hour power reserve for nearly unlimited wear and exceptional accuracy.
The new reed green color is a nice design detail in its own right, adding a shot of eye-catching color inspired by colors of nature and sustainability.
Glashütte, Bavarian watchmakers in the state of Saxon, Germany, knows the company has a winner on its hands with this “outdoor specialist” watch, which also features a water rating down to 300 meters.
“This watch offers a rare combination of sporty functionality, reliable endurance and unmatched style,” Glashütte said in a statement. “Every single element, no matter how small, serves its purpose in an excellent manner, and is harmoniously finished by the hand of an expert artisan.”
That care shines through elegantly and yet with utilitarian purpose in mind, best seen in the scratch-resistant ceramic inlay and the dive-ready unidirectional rotating bezel.
Super-LumiNova® markings provide ideal visibility even in the low light of great depths, while the available strap options on this rugged-yet-stylish outdoor watch speak to its functionality at sea or on land.
Choose from what the company calls a robust fabric strap, a rubber strap or a stainless steel bracelet — pick up more than one strap option, and you’re giving yourself multiple wearing options with one dial.
The precisely crafted shock-proof movement has also been put through Glashutte’s own rigorous series of tests over 24 days, a next-level move designed to ensure top-notch durability and performance.
Aside from the exceptional parts that make this watch quite literally tick, it’s got plenty of other signature details to truly make it a winner in your watch collection. Note that Panorama Date positioned at 4-o’clock for a nice change of pace from more ordinary dial designs.
Take in the stunning beauty and precision of this watch, and rest assured that it’s worth the investment: At $11,500, it’s a timepiece you’ll have for plenty of future expeditions at home, abroad, in the water and back on dry land.