Opus Tourbillon: Limited to 58 pieces! Plain Arabic numerals, slim rod hands with fine tips, the filigree dial with generous openings, a hand-made motherof-pearl moon and a passing strike. The impressive clockwork of the table clock Opus Tourbillon does not save on its charms, on the contrary, it displays them in all their glory.
Rotalis 24: 24 individually, programmable watch winders run reliably behind a safety glass and ensure that the wristwatches entrusted to them are gently and model-specifically supplied with power. A hidden fingerprint scanner ensures the highest level of security, which alone allows the glass panes to be opened.
Time Commander Bronze: With its precise mechanics and perfectly shaped elegance, the wristwatch Time Commander Bronze draws upon the aesthetics of historical marine chronometers. At the same time, it marks a premiere for Erwin Sattler: it is the first bronze watch of the house and limited to 50 pieces. The warm, shiny shimmer of the material emphasises the harmony of the design and makes for an expressive statement on the wrist.
Aperia S70: It goes without saying that the chime can also be completely silenced if preferred. Each and every clock from Erwin Sattler is individually and lovingly crafted in the manufacture in Gräfelfing near Munich. Thanks to the high level of quality and durability that characterises the timepieces, they make reliable and attractive lifestyle accessories. Inside the Aperia S70, fifteen jewel bearings and four ball bearings keep it ticking. The clock owes its unique allure to its new look, which is dominated by the simple yet elegant case finished in black varnish with delicate metal inlays on the base and rim, as well as the U-shaped glass glued on a mitre.
The skeletonised dial, which has been worked to a high-quality finish, completes the modern regulator.