A new special edition, limited to only 150 pieces, now complements the PIONEER collection of the watch manufacturer Hanhart from the Black Forest: the PIONEER Flieger One NightBlue. The legendary 417, the first pilot chronograph of the German Armed Forces in the 1950s, serves as the historical model. The dark blue dial paired with a black PVD-coated case and distinctive cowhide strap with suede finish and red cross stitching on the lugs give the watch a unique design.
The basic design of the new PIONEER Flieger One NightBlue is based on the historic Fliegerchronograph 417. By reducing it to a three-hand watch, the unique charm of the 1950 is brought back to life in a modern way. In contrast to the series model of the Hanhart PIONEER One, the limited edition watch watch does not have a date display. In addition, the historical logo is used on the clean dial.
The large pilot’s crown, also decorated with the “h” of the historic Hanhart logo, serves for error-free operation. The numerals and hands of the Hanhart PIONEER Flieger One NightBlue are coated with modern Super LumiNova® C1 luminous material for perfect readability day and night.
Matching the style of the watch, the stainless steel case was black PVD coated. The case back bears the respective limitation number XXX/150 and the historical “h”. The classic and for Hanhart typical fluted bezel with red marking is continuously rotatable in both directions. The convex, internally anti-reflective sapphire crystal provides perfect protection against scratches, and with a water resistance of up to 10 bar / 10 ATM, the PIONEER Flieger One NightBlue is perfectly suited for everyday use. Inside the watch works the reliable SW 200 automatic movement from the renowned Swiss manufacturer Sellita in the best Swiss-made quality. In addition to stop-seconds, it offers a power reserve of up to 38 hours.
The PIONEER Flie-ger One NightBlue is comfortable to wear from day one on the strap made of ox leather in blue with a suede finish. The color and the red cross stitching on the lugs give the watch a unique character. A black PVD-coated buckle ensures a good hold.
As with the entire Hanhart collection, our watchmakers focus on functionality, quality and contemporary aesthetics. Ever since, the company’s timepieces have been geared towards the following principles: maximum precision and reliability, perfect readability, simple and secure operation, and the greatest possible robustness.
The new Hanhart PIONEER Flieger One NightBlue can be ordered now on www.hanhart.com for 1,290.00 EUR incl. 19% VAT.
Hanhart PIONEER Flieger One NightBlueTechnical Specifications
- Automatic movement Sellita SW 200
- 28.800 A/h, 4 Hz, 26 jewels
- Power reserve of min. 38h
- Three hands, centre hour, minute and second hands, stop-seconds
- Stainless steel, black PVD coating
- Diameter 42 mm, height 12 mm
- Large crown with historical h
- Fluted rotating bezel, continuously rotatable, with red marking
- Anti-reflective convex sapphire glass
- Engraving of the historical Hanhart “h” and the limitation number XXX/150
- Screwed-down and blasted stainless steel case back
- Water-resistant to 10 bar/10 ATM
- NightBlue dial with historical logo
- Super-LumiNova® C1 GL coated numerals and hands
- Minute and Second hand bent at tip to prevent parallax errors
- Ox leather with suede finish
- Royal blue with red cross stitching on the lugs
- Lug width 22 mm
- Pin-buckle with a black-color PVD coating and historical logo
As a pioneer in the development of wristwatch chronographs and stopwatches, Hanhart plays a major role in the history of the German watch industry. Thanks to its passion for technical inventiveness, Hanhart continues to place the highest demands on itself today and is guided by the following maxims: precision and reliability, perfect readability and simple, safe operation as well as the best possible robustness. Since 1882, the watch manufacturer has been producing timepieces that combine perfection with unmistakable design. The development, production and distribution of the mechanical watches are located in Gütenbach in the Black Forest in Germany.
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