Pesaro IOctober 12, 2022 8:58 pm
From the very first glance at the new Pesaro I from Bruno Söhnle Glashütte, it is clear what the focus of the watch atelier is: Minimalist in design, leaving room for unusual complications. The new addition to the Pesaro model series features applied indices on the dark blue dial with a sunburst finish. At the 12 o’clock position sits the mechanical big date, which underscores the typical Glashütte style. The highlight, however, is the retrograde weekday indicator, which sinks into the dial and is located between the 2 and 6 o’clock positions. The dial is protected by a scratch-resistant, domed and internally anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
Turning the Pesaro I around, one is surprised with a glass back, rather untypical for quartz movements, under which the decorated movement can be admired. Because not only the mechanical atelier calibers are refined at Bruno Söhnle in Glashütte, the attention to detail does not stop with quartz calibers either. Here, too, the movement is dismantled and new cover plates with the Glashütte stripe finish are then remounted. These are fixed with blued screws, which have previously been thermally blued and selected by hand.
The Pesaro I is available with a blue, padded calfskin strap with topstitching or on a stainless steel bracelet, which, like the case, is alternately polished and brushed.
Quartz movement in refined BS version (base movement Ronda 7003.L), stainless steel case, Ø 43,0 mm, height 13,65 mm, water resistance 10 bar, sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating inside, blue calf leather strap with folding clasp
This post was written by Nelly Calhoun