• Result pages:
  • 1
  • 2

    about Glashutte

  • In 1845, Ferdinand Adolph Lange, master watch maker in the town of Glashutte began with a vision of creating high precision elite watches in limited numbers. This philosophy stuck with the brand as it evolved with new advancements in design and technology, including some of the most complicated movements of the era. Glashutte Original became the epitome of German precision horology and their watch parts became commonly used in other leading watch brands. Today's Glashutte Original watch collections build on this fine history expressed through each collection. The most popular collection would be the Pano series of watches. The Pano watch collection is available in a classic size as well as a bolder XL 42mm case diameter. The watches are primarily available with automatic wind movements; however there are a few with mechanical manual wind movements such as the Pano-Reserve and the PanoTourbillon. The Pano version with the automatic wind movements are called the PanoMatic watches, these watches are instantly recognizable by their offset dials and their large oversized date window. The PanoMatic versions are available with various complications such as the PanoMaticChrono with a raised stop-seconds ring, the PanoMaticLunar with an elegant Moonphase complication, the PanoMaticReserve, the more classic PanoMaticDate, the PanoMaticVenue with a 24 hour GMT complication, and the PanoInverse which has an unfinished and unique dial. Also available is the PanoMaticCentral which is somewhat different in that it has a regular centered dial rather than the traditional off-centered dials usually seen on the Pano collection watches.