Classica Secunda 1995 M
Classica Secunda 1995 M
THE FINE ART OF CLOCK-MAKING – TECHNICAL DETAIL AND UNCOMPROMISING DESIGN MERGE SEAMLESSLY IN A CLASSIC-MODERN TIMEPIECE FROM ERWIN SATTLER
It takes an average of two years to manufacture all the individual components of a precision pendulum clock. Handmade in exclusive small-batch series of no more than ten pieces, the clocks clearly show the deep-rooted link with tradition and the passion for detail that contribute to their high quality. The Classica Secunda 1995 M is an impressive example of Erwin Sattler furthering its great tradition for precision pendulum clocks.
The design of the Classica Secunda 1995 M is dominated by a cutaway dial for seconds, which allows a view of the goldplated gear wheels. Other fine details are the star-shaped stainless steel escape wheel bridge and the poire hands – meticulously domed, polished and blue tempered by hand. A glass pane in the top allows light to enter the case and illuminate the inner workings from above. Precious woods encase the high-precision movement and round off the piece as a timeless work of art. With its 30-day movement and ability to keep time with an accuracy drift of around one to two seconds per month, the Classica Secunda 1995 M is also a technical triumph. The Graham escapement with jewel pallets ensures a constant transmission of energy to the pendulum. Gold-plated wheels, arbors made from special Swedish steel, five ball bearings and 11 jewel bearings in two base plates crafted in four-millimetre-thick hard brass increase the efficiency and longevity of this “clock for generations”.
- 30-day power reserve, achievable accuracy of one to two seconds per month
- Gold-plated wheels, cutaway in seconds dial
- Pulley with ball bearings
- Black varnish with hand-polished cassette and metal inlays
|Bevelled mineral glass|
|Sattler calibre 1965, cutaway in the front plate,
three arms esapement wheel bridge domed and polished by hand,
visible escapement (Graham) from the front
|Weight 3,100 g with pulley with ball bearings|
|Invar pendulum Ø 12 mm, temperature and air-pressure compensation, 5 aneroid capsules with air pressure display in mm/Hg|
|5 precision ball bearings|
|11 in screwed-in chatons, 2 agate anchor pallets|
|Silver-plated, cutaway in seconds dial|
|Blue steel hands, domed by hand|
|3,600/h = Precision seconds pendulum clock|
|Brass, polished and nickel plated|
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