The Hindenberg Challenge is a clock’s weight. In first place, because is heavy as should be (235 grams), and in second place, because shows that the design elegant and modern does not have why cost thousands of euros. Today I see the clock more closely.
I bag packing, and the first thing that strikes me is the almost bright orange of the sphere. I love as I had imagined.
A beautiful and intricate detail of the Challenge are the four crowns. Each one is responsible for setting a specific indicator of the clock. The closing of the Crown I also like. In this way, gets that it does not loosen my watch involuntarily on TimeDictionary.
An automatic calibre called H-09.130 provides the challenge the impulses, and scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal ensures that you always have a clear vision of time.
Of course, besides the year indicator, it also has the month indicator. By what year and month in my model are precisely December 2011, it is something that I have not yet understood. But it doesn’t matter. What has are the functions, the robustness and the appearance of the clock- and me convinced. I have the impression that I’m going to spend many adventures around the world with the Challenge.
The retail price recommended for the Hindenberg Challenge is €1290.
- Model No.: 130-H
- Stainless steel (316L)
- Stainless steel with safety clasp bracelet
- Caliber automatic Hindenberg H-09.130
- 20 stones
- Scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal
- Indicator of the date
- The day indicator
- Indicator of the month
- The year indicator
- Second spindle clockwise
- Screws blued
- Diameter without Crown: 45 mm
- The box height: 14 mm
- Closure of Bracelet: 24 mm
- 5 ATM water resistance
- Weight 235 g strap
- Limited Edition numbered 4565 parts
- Price preferred: 1.290 €