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The Tachymeter – a Chronograph inspired by the Furkapass in Switzerland.

The fastest car in the world has its highest speed at incredible 483,4 km/h. Did you know that you can measure the average speed using the tachymeter scale? At the 1932 Olympics, the time was stopped by hand with such a chronograph including a tachymeter scale. 

According to its visual appearance, the tachymeter lives up to its sporty background. The tachymeter scale and the colored highlights in red would also be a real eye-catcher in the cockpit of a sports car. Two of the three totalizers can be used to stop the time in minutes and hours; the highlight second hand in red enables second-accurate measurement.

The distinctive look of the Tachymeter is inspired by the world-famous Swiss Furkapass. The brushed 316 stainless steel case and matte blue dial are reminiscent of the region's steep rock faces. Located at an altitude of 2,429 meters, this road pass in the Swiss Alps is considered extremely difficult to navigate and demands everything from even experienced drivers. Does a glance at the masculine timepiece on your wrist give you the confidence you need? 

✓ Chronograph with stop function
✓ Bezel with tachymeter scale
✓ Engraved case back with stylized Furkapass
✓ Multi-layer dial

Sternglas Tachymeter Blue

  • Dial Blue-Red
    Hands silver, red
    Diameter 42 mm
    Material 316L stainless steel, brushed
    Weight 67 g + 10 g
    Case height 10 mm
    Lug width 20 mm
    Lug-to-lug 50 mm
    Water resistance up to 5 ATM
    Glass flat sapphire glass, anti-reflective
    Movement type quartz chronograph movement
    Caliber Miyota 0S20
    Complications small second, stopping function (second, minute, 24h), date
    Strap type Modena 20 green
    Material (strap) leather
    Length (strap) 82 + 119 mm
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