CLASSIC SHAPE, LAVISH MATERIALS, OUTSTANDING TECHNOLOGY – ERWIN SATTLER’S SMALLEST REGULATOR
The shape of the movement found in Sattler’s smallest regulator corresponds exactly to the lovingly manufactured movements from the beginning of the 19th century. That era’s quality features – such as hardened steel components and hard brass for the base plates, pallet bridge and minute wheel cocks milled from solid material, and cylindrical steel pins for the pillars – are used now in exactly the same way as they were in vintage movements.
- „Bedroom regulator“ with extremely quiet tick
- Power reserve to last one week
- Four-time-fired high-quality enamel dial
The beautiful, elaborate enamel dials with their filigreed, blued steel hands and solid brass bezel lend a unique charm to this delicate clock. The timeless, classic shape of the case – which gives the clock its name – goes well with any interior style.
The discreet ticking of this model, for which we must thank the fine and extremely slim movement, has earned it the charming nickname of “bedroom regulator”. Seven jewel bearings and two ball bearings ensure enough power reserve to last a week and give these clocks the durability they need to last for many generations.
|Case||- Black varnish
Height: 56.5 cm, width: 15.5 cm, depth: 9 cm
Door closure with small hooks
|Power reserve||7 days|
|Drive||Weight 700 g with pulley|
|Oscillator||Wood rod pendulum|
|Ball bearings||2 precision ball bearings|
|Beat rate||5.670/h = 94,5/min|