Award-Winning German Watch Manufacturer Sinn Unveiled Two New Top-Of-The-Line Chronographs
For those unfamiliar, Sinn Spezialuhren GmbH, or just Sinn for simplicity’s sake, is a manufacturer of mechanical wristwatches, and a very, very good one at that.
Founded in 1961 by a flight instructor and pilot named Helmut Sinn, Sinn watches have taken first place numerous times at the Goldene Unruh (Golden Balance), one of the most well-known German-language awards for new watch models.
Baselworld, as you probably know by now, is an international watch and jewelry show held in the city of Basel, Switzerland, which just completed on March 27th. At Baselworld, Sinn introduced a couple of new vintage-inspired chronographs, the Sinn 910 SRS and the Sinn 103 Sa B E.
The 910 SRS has a flyback function, which, according to Sinn, “allows the chronograph’s hand to be stopped, reset to zero, and restarted by pushing the reset button at 4 o’clock. The continuous stop-seconds hand in particular can be reset to zero with the single push of a button and instantly restarted without losing time. The advantage of this is accurate time measurement down to the last second of consecutive time intervals.”
The Sinn 910 SRS is an unlimited release and depending on which of the three different strap options you chose will cost approximately $4,555 to $4,875.
• Hours, minutes, subsidiary seconds
• Chronograph with flyback function (SRS = Stopp-Retour-Start)
• Double scale for measuring units per hour (e.g. kilometres)
Dimensions and Weight
• Case diameter: 41.5 mm
• Band lug width: 22 mm
• Case thickness: 15.5 mm
• Weight without strap: 89 gramme