Aperia S 70
Aperia S 70
TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF HISTORY DEVELOPED TO PERFECTION
The strike train of the Aperia S70 can trace its origins back to the original Viennese regulators of the 19th century. The latest addition to the regulator pulley clock collection, the Aperia S70 is an especially charming clock with wonderfully tuneful chimes. Its classic shape is combined with a half-hourly strike train that can be manually triggered up to the 50th minute, thereby allowing the previous hour to be repeated.
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. Its characteristic and timeless appearance blends perfectly into any surroundings – whether classical décor or an elegant and contemporary space.
- Skeletonised dial, guilloche front plate
- Half-hour strike train with repetition
- Solid turned bezel and pendulum bob
- Exceptionally long service life thanks to 15 jewel bearings and 4 ball bearings
- Flap on the back for the winding crank
- Black varnish with metal inlays
|Crystals||Anti-reflective mineral glass, U-shaped glass glued
on a mitre
|Movement||Sattler calibre 1400 SK|
|Power reserve||7 days|
|Drive||2 weights each 1000 g with pulleys|
|Oscillator||Wood rod pendulum with solid turned brass pendulum
lense, polished and nickel-plated
|Ball bearings||4 stainless steel precision ball bearings|
|Dial||Anodised aluminium, Roman, two-piece, skeletonised,
numbered consecutively, 8 polished indices
|Hands||Blue steel hands|
|Strike train||Half-hour rack strike train on gong, hour repetition,
strike train silencer
|Special features||Guilloche front plate, all visible parts finished
|Limited to 99 pieces and numbered consecutively.|
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