Frankfurt, the financial center at the heart of Europe, is the seat of the European Central Bank, the headquarters of many large banks, and the home of one of the most important stock exchanges in the world — and the headquarters of our small, innovative company. With this in mind, it was only a small, yet logical step to the development of a watch commemorating this fascinating city on the Main River.
The result: the Frankfurt Financial District Watch. A classic mechanical chronograph for those who wish to have a clear overview of the simultaneity of global times in this digitally accelerated era.
The three time zones are pleasantly displayed in analog form and thus can be intuitively understood. The chronograph permits the addition of time zones down to the precise second. The core of the Frankfurt Financial District Watch forms a conscious and principled contrast to the digital time reality of most wearers of this watch — the delicate fine mechanics of the movement are clearly visible through the sapphire crystal glass back of the case.
Despite all of the functional complexity, the Frankfurt Financial District Watch is a genuine Sinn timepiece: it is water-resistant to a diving depth of 100 meters, resistant to low pressure like a pilot's watch, and shock resistant like a military watch. At the same time it is a striking, formally elegant piece of jewelry and a masterpiece of craftsmanship — from the elegant case to the precious hand engraving of the Frankfurt skyline on the rotor.
SINN movement construction based on the Valjoux 7750