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Marine Chronometer

450 EUR 19% VAT incl.
379 EUR without 19% VAT

Swiss Made - 2 years warranty

In the 18th Century, the carpenter John Harrison developed on behalf of the British government a precision instrument for accurate determination of longitude at sea, the first marine chronometer.
These high-precision chronometers, gimbal mounted in wooden boxes where mainly built for the Navy in Hamburg, Kiel and Glashütte. They where used on many marine vessels until the invention of the quartz movement and are highly collectable items today.
As a tribute to the craft and to be able to enjoy looking at this classic design on the wrist, Steinhart has developed the series "Marine Chronometer". Powered by a Swiss pocket watch movement, stored in a brushed stainless steel case, you can admire the simple beauty of this instrument under the domed sapphire crystal at any time now.

Technical Details
Item no.: M0509

Unitas 6498-1, Swiss made, 16 1/2 " manual, wind-up (handwinding)
17 jewels ..
18, 000 vibrations per hour
Geneva stripes 18 lines, & blued screws..
pink gold plated..

Hour and minute
Second hand at 6 o'clock

Case: Stainless steel, brushed
Back: Screwed, mineral glass
Diameter: 44 mm
height: 14.2 mm
Weight: 107 g
Dial: White
Crystal: Sapphire, domed, with double anti-reflecting coating on the interior side
Bezel: Stainless steel, polished
Indices: Roman, black numbers, blue hands
Lug width: 22 mm
WaterRes: 3ATM (limited water resistance, no swimming or shower)

Source: www.steinhartwatches.de
Russian Marine Chronometer
Russian Marine Chronometer
Marine chronometer
Marine chronometer
Steinhart Marine Chronometer II 44mm
Steinhart Marine Chronometer II 44mm
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