Zeppelin Atlantic Automatic Regulator 8426-4
* Automatic watch with date display, power reserve indicator
* Stainless steel case, sapphire crystal
* Fully fluorescent
ZEPPELIN Atlantic Automatic Regulator
The regulator - also known as the regulator - is the epitome of a watch with a precise rate and excellent readability and was often used as a time standard for
scientific purposes and for official time determination. For more precise reading of the time , the hands for displaying the hours and minutes are on different axes of the dial arranged. The minute hand dominates the appearance as the only large hand on the central axis, while the hour and second hands are positioned decentrally above and below it. In the 1980s, one or the other manufacturer of wristwatches took up the idea of the regulator. From then on, a new species of quite striking and idiosyncratic timepieces for the wrist developed from this. Based on the specially designed for Zeppelin
With the automatic movement Sellita SW266.1 developed, such a regulator watch now also exists in the ZEPPELIN Atlantic watch series and incorporates the design with the beveled dials and the three-dimensional segments. The watch has a glass bottom and a sapphire crystal.
The ZEPPELIN Atlantic is a homage to the Atlantic crossings already carried out in the 1930s with the famous airships designed by Graf Zeppelin.
|analog;date display;power reserve display;minute display;second display;hour display
|Sellita SW266.1 automatic
|Gehäuse Durchmesser (MM)
|Gehäuse Höhe (MM)
|indices; fully fluorescent
|pin buckle;stainless steel
|Made in Germany