Friday, November 30, 2007

New watch model: Sinn 6030 - German chronograph

The German watchmaking company, Sinn, with headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, has developed a chronograph that is mechanically wound. The case of the watch is quite small, having 34.5mm size. It is made by the same standards as the famous series entitled 6000 Frankfurt Finance.The watch, dubbed Sinn 6030, includes an internationally rotating bezel, which can be used to set the indication of a second time zone. This is available through a crown found at 10.

The heart of the timepiece is the ETA 2094 movement, which is the smallest chronograph movement, currently in the process of production, that is wound automatically. The Sinn 6030 modular chronograph movement is accurately refined with Côtes de Genève, perlage, as well as blued screws.

The timepiece includes a case made of polished stainless steel, a deep matte black dial featuring silver markers that are plated in rhodium, as well as white luminous hands and both sides of the watch are covered with antireflective sapphire crystal. The watch is available in two types, one having a bracelet made of polished stainless steel and the other one having a black leather strap.

The timepiece is water resistant of up to 100 meters.


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