The Hindenberg Challenge is a clock weight. First, because it is heavy as it should be (235 grams), and secondly, because it shows that the elegant and modern design does not have to cost thousands of euros. Today I look at the clock more closely.
Take it out of the packaging, and the first thing that strikes me is the almost glowing orange sphere. I like a lot, as I had imagined.
A beautiful and intricate detail of the Challenge are the four crowns. Each is responsible for setting a specific indicator clock. I also really like the closure of the crown. Thus, it is achieved that no mismatch my watch unintentionally.
An automatic gauge called H-09130 provides the Challenge impulses, and glass scratch resistant ensures that you always have a clear view of the time sapphire.
Of course, in addition to the indicator of the year, also it has indicator of the month. Why the year and month in my model show precisely December 2011, it is something that I have not understood yet. But it does not matter. What counts are the functions, robustness and appearance of the watch – and I am convinced. I have the impression that I will spend many adventures around the world with the Challenge.
The recommended retail price for the Hindenberg Challenge is € 1290.
- Model No: 130-H
- Stainless steel (316L)
- Stainless steel bracelet with safety lock
- Automatic caliber Hindenberg H-09130
- 20 stones
- Resistant sapphire crystal scratch
- Date indicator
- Flag Day
- Indicator of the month
- Indicator of the year
- Second time zone
- blued screws
- Diameter without crown: 45 mm
- Packaging height: 14 mm
- Close bracelet: 24 mm
- Water resistance 5 ATM
- Bracelet weight 235 g
- limited numbered edition 4565 pieces
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