Five flashy colours give the models their names: Sixties Iconic Forest, Sixties Iconic Ocean, Sixties Iconic Graphite, Sixties Iconic Tangerine and Sixties Iconic Fire. Click on “read more” to discover them …
The five models in the Sixties Iconic Square Collection feature the distinctive square cushion shaped stainless steel case, measuring 41.35 x 41.35 mm, and the manufactory automatic Calibre 39-34 chronograph (Automatic movement, central hour/minute/stop-second, off-centre small second with second stop, 30-minute counter, exquisitely finished movement, bevelled edges, polished steel parts, Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish, skeletonized rotor with 21-carat gold oscillation weight, swan-neck ne adjustment).
The flashy colours and fascinating dial visuals take up iconic design elements first presented in a range of “Spezimatic” models produced in the 1960s.
All chronographs are fitted with a matching Louisiana Alligator leather strap: brown for the models featuring forest green or tangerine coloured dials, black to complement the models with graphite grey, ocean blue or fiery red dials.
The production of the five chronographs in the Sixties Iconic Square Collection is limited to 25 pieces each, available in Glashütte Original Boutiques and selected retailers worldwide.
The chronographs are sold for 8200 Euro including 20 % VAT each.
The five new Sixties Iconic feature exceptional coloured dials crafted in Glashütte Original’s own dial manufactory in Pforzheim, Germany. Made using original tools and authentic methods from the 1960s, they are the result of an extremely complex and time-consuming process.