Feeling The Art Of German Watchmaking From 1845-glashütte’s Original ‘art Of Chronograph’ Debuted In Shenyang

In June 2015 (Shenyang, China), a 170-year-old German top watchmaking brand, Glashütte’s original ‘Art of Chronograph’ theme exhibition graced Shenyang after the first stop in Hangzhou. In this exhibition, Glashütte Original reproduces a series of classic chronograph works in Glashütte’s long history of watchmaking, showing Shenyang’s watch enthusiasts the long tradition and pride of high-end chronograph manufacturing achievement. From the original watchmaking factory in Glashütte, Germany, she graduated from the world-renowned German century-old watchmaking school, the elite watchmaker of Alfred Hevig Watchmaking School. Visitors present the unique skills and charm of Germany’s top watchmaking art.
A Legendary History of Chronograph Making
   As its name suggests, Glashütte Original inherits the long tradition of watchmaking and unique cultural heritage from Glashütte, Saxony, Germany in 1845. The brand has long been known for its outstanding mechanical chronographs, including the fascinating chronograph. The hand-wound chronograph pocket watch produced as early as the Julius Asman watchmaking workshop in 1890 laid the foundation for Glashütte’s original chronograph. Over time, the development and progress of science and technology, the UROFA period chronograph equipped with 59 movements in 1940, officially opened a new chapter of Glashütte’s original chronograph. After the establishment of Democratic Germany, Glashütte’s original predecessor, the Glashütte People’s Watch Factory (GUB), in 1955 launched a 64 chronograph movement that better met the needs of the era. Today, the Glashütte Original Watch Factory is known for its extraordinary masterpieces of highly complex watches, including well-designed chronographs. Most of the chronograph models produced in recent years are characterized by large complications, technological breakthroughs and the visual beauty of the dials-they all have some things in common: they show the best of German top watchmaking art.
Powerful and easy to operate
   Glashütte Original has undergone historical polishing, continuous progress and innovation. The heavy-opened Senator Calendar Chronograph and 1970s Chronograph Chronograph, both of which are equipped with a new independent research and development of 37 automatic machines. The core is equipped with highlights that make watch collectors heartbeat: column wheel mechanism with central stop seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours, and unparalleled flyback function. Small seconds, 70-hour power reserve display, and Glashütte’s original and acclaimed iconic large calendar. Compared with the more complicated structure, the design of the 37-wheel column automatic movement is as simple and compact as possible. The diameter of 31.6 mm, the vibration frequency of 28,800 and the streamlined design improve the stability of this movement, making the performance of the watch more outstanding over time.

   This time, Glashütte’s originality ingeniously created a quick sensory journey for the visitors. Visitors can use the latest 37 series chronograph to record the time consuming of the original track competition game. The accurate and shocking experience made the site visitors praise the 37 chronograph for its outstanding performance.
Glashütte Original presents top German watchmaking skills live
   This public exhibition invited elite watchmakers from the original watchmaking factory in Glashütte, Germany to visit the site on June 13 and 14. From the age of 16, after three years of hard work, he successfully entered the Glashütte original watchmaking factory, and soon joined the ranks of complex function watchmakers. German watchmaker Laura came to Shenyang with an important mission: it is Show watch lovers here the most classic German watchmaking techniques. Visitors to the site, under her professional guidance, experienced firing blue steel screws and fine-tuning the gooseneck. Watch enthusiasts also have the opportunity to enjoy the best quality watch strap replacement service and watch movement detection.

   Laura graduated from the Alfred Hevig watchmaking school under the original watchmaking factory of Glashütte. This prestigious school was founded in 1887 by the master of Glashütte watchmaker Moliz Grossman. Glashütte Watch School, Germany. Today, the school enrolls 28 students each year. 24 of them studied watchmaking, and 4 of them studied tool manufacturing. In addition to the compulsory theoretical courses, during the three-year training period, a variety of professional practice courses allow students to fully understand the essence of German traditional watchmaking technology while learning modern watchmaking technology. Passed on throughout his career.
   This Glashütte original ‘Art of Chronograph’ theme exhibition presents to the world in addition to the classic chronograph models of different periods such as the pocket watch era, World War II, East Germany and the new century, and the latest 37 series chronograph watches Hidden behind them is a dedicated and rigorous watchmaking team like Laura. It is their meticulous professional attitude that is the real soul of mechanical watches. If you are interested in watches or the GO spirit of German excellence, you may wish to visit the scene to find out.
Exhibition Information:

Glashütte Original ‘Art of the Chronograph’ Theme Exhibition
Time: June 5-June 30, 9:30 – 19:00
Venue: Hengli World Watch Center, Zhonghua Road, Heping District, Shenyang, China