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Erwin Sattler

Classica S 130 M

Classica S 130 M

Regular price $13,800.00 USD
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CUSTOMARY QUALITY FROM ERWIN SATTLER – THE CLASSICA S 130 M IS THE PERFECT TIMEPIECE TO ADORN ANY ROOM

Following on from its smaller sister, the Classica S 100, this clock is yet another work of art from Erwin Sattler. Classic and elegant in appearance but ultramodern inside, the highly precise Classica S 130 M merges tradition with modern innovation.

One pendulum swing every second. This quiet rhythmic beat infuses the room with a harmonious ambience, while on the dial, the “small second” is indicated in a separate subsidiary dial.

Its subtle sound is characterised by an extremely quiet tick and a wonderfully resounding strike train, which can be triggered manually up to the fiftieth minute by pulling a silk string located on the exterior of the case, thus allowing the previous hour to repeat. The result is a unique sound experience courtesy of the chiming strike train, which can be silenced if preferred.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Strike train repetition and silencing
  • Seconds pendulum with elegantly subtle swing
  • Extremely quiet tick
  • Power reserve to last one month
  • Small drawer for the winding key located in the bottom of the case

Materials

Case
- Black varnish with metal inlays
- Black varnish with macassar cassette and metal inlays

Dimensions

Height: 218 cm
Width: 48 cm, (watch winders extended: 70 cm)
Depth: 39 cm

Produict Literature

Requires wall mounting at the dial height

Door with magnetic closure, hidden drawer with integrated fingerprint reader

Functions / Complications

Support / Instructions

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