Pre-Baselworld 2018: Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite

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Glashütte Original takes off in style.

Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in steel

A stainless steel redux of a 2015 model, the new Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite offers the same jet-set virtues as its predecessor with greater accessibility.

Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in steel

Probably one of the most user-friendly world-time watches on the market today, the Senator Cosmopolite boasts utilitarian features to complement its handsome aesthetics. With this watch, the user has a choice of time zones in 36 world cities, which he selects as the second time zone display at the click of a pusher. And that’s not all. The cumbersome issues of calculating daylight savings time, and knowing whether it's day or night at home, are already computed by its in-house automatic movement and neatly displayed on its elegant dial.

Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in steel

Next to the 2015 versions in pink or white gold, this year’s offering sports a more casual demeanour. Stainless steel case aside, the dial features Arabic numerals instead of Roman indexes, set against a pristine white dial with blue accents that evoke a younger spirit. Everything else, however, remains the same – from the clear and easy-to-read dial interface, to the intuitive crown actuators for the different time zones.

Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in steel

Most tantalising of all, the Senator Cosmopolite in steel comes with a price tag that is almost half of the gold models’ – at S$32,700, compared to S$67,000 for the pink gold version and S$70,200 for the white gold version.

Alvin Wong

Editor-in-Chief

Alvin promises not to be a douche when talking about watches. He may have scoured the Basel and Geneva watch fairs for the past 15 years, and played an instrumental role to the growth of Singapore's pioneering horological and men's lifestyle publications, but the intrepid scribe seeks to learn something new with each story he writes.  

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