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GLASHuTTE ORIGINAL More than 165 years ago the first master watchmakers settled in Glashutte/Saxony. Over the years, respect for tradition, infinite patience, and incomparable watchmaking expertise have enabled the town's noted watchmakers to achieve unparalleled success. There is no better expression of these time-honoured values than the Glashutte Original manufactory. The term refers to watchmaking firms that design and manufacture their own movements and Glashutte Original's ability to do so, places it squarely among the elite of the world's mechanical watchmakers.
Glashutte Original brings the finest in watchmaking traditions together and combines them, under one roof, with the most advanced of contemporary materials and production technologies. In-house design and manufacture of thousands of precision components ensure that each of our exquisite mechanical movements meets the highest possible standards of quality. Each is, after all, a work of art.
The making of a high-end mechanical watch from Glashutte Original begins with a collective brain-storming session. Initial ideas are worked up in the product planning and design department and elaborated using computer-assisted design software. Even a relatively uncomplicated mechanical movement has hundreds of individual components, and Glashutte Original's watchmakers make use of a broad range of advanced tools and production technologies to make them.
The production of dials is doubtless one of the most difficult tasks involved in making fine mechanical watches. Along with creativity and absolute perfection, the production process requires maximum care and attention to detail. The unique dials used in our manufactory are made in Pforzheim, some 600 km from Glashutte, in our own dial manufactor. Enormous added value accrues through painstaking aesthetic refinement of the components, which are delicately finished, lavishly engraved and galvanized before a master watchmaker assembles them, patiently and with great precision. Even the simplest of Glashutte Original movements requires several hours to assemble. More elaborate movements with the most intricate and intriguing of complications - the Senator Chronometer Regulator or the Senator Tourbillon, for example - demand the dedicated attention of a master watchmaker for up to twenty working days.