Based in Munich Germany Erwin Sattler is a specialized clock maker, producing Precision Pendulum Clocks, Table Clocks, Precision Watch Winders and many more stunning timepieces.
On 4 March 1903, clockmaker Heinrich Sattler patented a desk or shelf clock containing a perpetual calendar. His motto was: “What you can’t buy, you simply have to make yourself”. In 1958, about 60 years after Heinrich Sattler’s invention, Erwin Sattler founded his own clock making manufacture, which now, as then, attaches great importance to ensuring the finest workmanship, the highest precision and timeless design. Between 1992 and 2002, Erwin Sattler transformed into an almost fully self-sufficient manufacture, achieving a production depth of over 90 percent. Erwin Sattler has developed meanwhile into a modern-day clock-making manufacture operating on the basis of a combination of state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies and centuries-old craftsmanship. The resulting creations are wonderful fixtures that immediately become the visual focus of whatever room they are placed in. Since virtually all parts are manufactured in-house in exclusive small-batch series, there is also ample scope for customization. For over 50 years, employees of Erwin Sattler have been delivering the very highest standards of quality and, in keeping with the company’s tradition, have been developing and making timepieces that truly last for generations
The todays range of products of Erwin Sattler is huge.
- Precision Pendulum Clocks
- Regulator Pulley Clocks
- Table Clocks
- Longcase Clocks
- Precision Watch Winder
- Marine Clocks & Nautical Instruments
+ Innovations as the
- Columna Temporis
- Atlantis Module
- Columna Atlantis
This year Erwin Sattler surprised me in Basel with a nice story and table clock: Audi-CEO Rupert Stadler wanted to buy table clock for his office. He visited Erwin Sattler in Munich and obviously fell in love with the products of Sattler. Instead of just buying an existing table clock he insisted that his Audi-Design-Team and Erwin Sattler should develop a modern looking table clock together. There it is, as far I know these a quite exclusive photographs of that stunning Erwin Sattler Audi design table clock. No official release has been made yet, so I think we should just let my photographs talk. The Audi Design table clock is based on the Erwin Sattler Lunaris
As always you may e n l a r g e my photgraphs by clicking on them once and then again …
Guys, do yo agree if write: This is a very cool table clock, a refined timepiece for real connoisseurs. Chapeau Audi! Chapeau Erwin Sattler!
As mentioned above Erwin Sattler also produces precision watch winders. This year Erwin Sattler presented Aero. The name itself shows its affinity with aviation. The breathtaking and extraordinary design piece has room for four wristwatches and, at its center, has an extremely decorative aviator-style clock from the clock making manufacture Erwin Sattler. The Aero’s stunning appearance is also due to the materials used, as black real leather coupled with polished, chromed metal elements made for a unique impression. Indirect LED lighting perfectly sets the scene for both the four wristwatches in their watch winders, as well as the dial of the large clock. The domed crystals, which have covers secured with bayonet catches, offer protection for the four winders and the aviator-style clock. Clarity that is second-to-none is provided by the central, aviator-style clock with its black anodized dial, white numerals and highly polished stainless-steel hands.
Thanks to the exclusive Sattler-Beluwo ® watch-winder technology, every winder can be programmed individually using WLAN or a USB interface. Moreover, the database supplied provides collectors with the parameters for more than 7000 wristwatches. It goes without saying that wristwatches stored in the Aero are always kept vertical during the rest phase.
The Aero from Erwin Sattler combines an evocative design with an innovative function, and as always, with the high quality that you have come to expect. Where else would you want to keep valuable wristwatches safe than in this expertly crafted work of art, which has a limited-edition run of just 58.
These are not Erwin Sattler 2013 novelties but still worth to be shown here…
Erwin Sattler Rotalis … combining a table clock and precision watch winder … By the way the wrist watch being winded is an Erwin Sattler
Erwin Sattler Precision Pendulum Clock Opus Temporis
- Perpetual calendar with date, day and month
- Moon phase display with hand-painted spherical moon and starry sky made from brilliant-cut diamonds
- Accuracy drift of approx. one to two seconds per month
- Pleasant, rich-sounding half-hour strike train on a long tubular gong
- Movement containing over 600 parts
- Hidden accessory compartment in the bottom of the case
Height: 152 cm, width: 39 cm, depth: 22 cm
Black varnish with macassar cassette
The dial of the Opus Temporis indicates the time, day, month, date and leap year. The three-dimensional, hand-painted spherical moon shows the current moon phase and gives the clock a refined appearance.
Erwin Sattler Long Case Clock Troja Sonata M
- Pendulum clock with seconds pendulum with temperature and air-pressure compensation
- Equipped with the movement from the Secunda Sonata
- Silver-plated dial with particularly large, hand-painted moon phase display
- Pleasant, rich-sounding half-hour strike train
- 16 extendible, individually programmable watch winders
- Hidden safe in the base
Width base: 48 cm, width with watch winder extended: 70 cm, depth: 39 cm, height: 218 cm
Black varnish | Black varnish with macassar cassette and metal inlays
Inside the longcase clocks from the Troja line, there is professional space for valuable wrist- watches in the extendible watch winders.
You can find space for other treasures in the hidden safe within the body of the Troja line clocks.
Erwin Sattler Columna Temporis
- Completely new interpretation of a longcase clock
- Power reserve to last one month
- Graham escapement with jewel pallets
- Uninhibited view of the movement through the hand-blown mineral glass dome
- Created in modern materials, such as glass, granite and steel
Height: 164 cm, diameter of base: 70 cm, weight: 100 kg
Erwin Sattler Classica Secunda 1995
- 3 coats of varnish and interim polishing by hand refine the case
- Achievable accuracy of approx. one to two seconds per month
- 30-day power reserve
- Complex ball bearing rope pulley for the winding weight
- Integrated accessory compartment in the bottom of the case
Height: 145 cm, width: 37 cm, depth: 18 cm
Black varnish | Black varnish with walnut root wood cassette | Walnut with walnut root wood cassette | Cherry with olive root wood cassette
To prevent major accuracy deviations as a result of fluctuations in air pressure, an aneroid barometric compensation is added to the pendulum.