These three timepieces belonging to the in-house Wempe watch collection have been presented tonight in Hamburg. I invite you to have a first brief look …
Highlight is the new Wempe Glashütte i/SA Chronometerwerke Small Second (Chronometerwerke Kleine Sekunde)
The watch is equipped with the hand wound 4-Hz-calibre CW3.1 that is exclusively manufactured for Wempe. It has a power reserve of 42 hours and certified as a German Chronometer by DIN 8319 in Glashütte. The 41 mm case is either available in steel or 3N-yellow-gold. In gold it will be sold for 12.450 Euro or 17.800 USD, in steel for 5950 Euro or 8500 USD.
The Wempe Glashütte i/SA Zeitmeister Sport GMT (Zeitmeister Sport GMT)
is powered by an ETA 2893-2 calibre and waterproof up to 300 meters. The 42 mm steel watch is certified as a German Chronometer by DIN 8319. Beside the local time it indicates the time in a second zone time. The Zeitmeister Sport GMT is available with a blue and black dial and sold for 2675 Euro or 3875 USD.
The Wempe Glashütte i/SA Zeitmeister Sport Diver Chronograph Cermet (Zeitmeister Sport Taucher Chronograph Cermet)
is powered by a Sellita SW 500 chronograph calibre and will be a non limited One Shot. The 45 mm steel case is waterproof up to 300 meters and features a Cermet-bezel (a high-tech mixture of ceramic and metal). The watch is certified as a German Chronometer by DIN 8319. The Zeitmeister Sport Diver Chronograph Cermet will be sold 3575 Euro or 5115 USD.
All mentioned Wempe Glashütte i/SA watches will be available through all Wempe outlets worldwide beginning of October 2015.