Jorge Merino over at TimeZone.com reported about this Glash?ɬºtte Original Senator Sixties. It will be officially introduced at BaselWorld 2007.

The case will be available in stainless steel or in 18kt ros?ɬ© gold. The thin case feature a concave sapphire crystal and the dial will be available in either silver or anthracite. The watch has an automatic movement, caliber GO 39-52, and will be shown through the display back of the watch. The rotor of the movement is made of 21kt gold. The watch will be sold on an alligator strap. Prices are unknown yet.

People over at the?Ǭ†Glash?ɬºtte Original forum over at TimeZone have gone wild about this watch. For me personally, it is too sixties. Especially the arabic hour markers are a bit over the 60s top. I don’t mind retro watches, but I certainly do not like everything about that era on watches. Perhaps because I am a late 70s kid :-). Anyway, besides the fact that it is nicely crafted and has a well designed case, it will not be included in my own watch collection.

  • Bas

    I don’t get this. For a considerable lower price you can get the real thing from the 60’s.

    It’s a good thing Glashutte is just copying designs now, it looks a lot better than their own designs 🙂

  • Also new from Glashutte at Basel this year, the Tetra2 http://watchestate.blogspot.com/2007/03/nomos-tetra2.html

  • PM

    To Bas, from your comments on the Glashutte 60s watch, I’m sure you don’t own any GO watches….to bad!