Despite an already very active year for Sinn that included numerous new model releases, the German watchmaker is now debuting a myriad of novel timepieces just in time for the holiday season.
The first is the all-new 105 Series, a three-hand and GMT lineup of modern sports watches powered by one of two high-end Sellita automatic movements. Made in Germany, the 105 range features a 41mm stainless case complemented via a bead-blasted finish, a knurled and logo’d crown, choice of stainless steel H-link bracelet or black leather band, and a skeleton case-back revealing anodized blue screws and a striped gold or silver rotor. The next watch is the Sinn R500, a modern reinterpretation of a racing chronograph from the horological outfit’s first decade of operation. Limited to 300 units, the R500 boasts a tachymeter scale that goes to 500 km/h, a self-winding Valjoux 7750 mechanical movement, a 42mm case made from Grade 5 Titanium, smooth chrono pushers at 1 and 11 o’clock, a knurled crown at 12, and a motorsport-inspired perforated black leather band with red accent stitching. Available now, the Sinn 105 Series starts at $1,560, while the R500 has been priced at $4,380.
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