Moritz Grossmann Benu Power Reserve Dynamo Dresden edition

For the kick-off with Dynamo Dresden, Moritz Grossmann presents the “Black/Yellow”. This is a special version of the BENU Power Reserve watch line. Having a presence at many international events they still keep emphasis on their traditional roots. And also showing commitment to numerous regional activities. Moritz Grossmann have been collaboration with SG Dynamo Dresden since 2007.

Grossmann CEO Christine Hutter: “In the past years, Dynamo has scored impressive gains with a track record that has elevated the eleven into the 2nd league. Our encounter with sporting director Ralf Minge and chief trainer Uwe Neuhaus was a delightful introduction to a magnificent team, and we look forward to an inspiring spirit of collaboration.”

Moritz Grossmann plays Black/Yellow

Moritz Grossmann is now presenting the BENU Power Reserve. Limited to only 11 watches in a special “Black/Yellow” colour setting thus resembling the colours of the soccer team of SG Dynamo Dresden.  These colours make a great contrast and the yellow has been used for details in the stitching, hands and the power reserve indicator just about the senter of the dial. This version of the BENU Power Reserve model is made in white gold. With these fine details, the Dynamo Dresden version stands out from the other models in this watch family yet remaining very similar. With its two-colour power-reserve indicator, this watch is the perfect choice for a version in Dynamo Dresden’s livery. When the watch is fully wound, the bar in the dial aperture shows black and gradually turns yellow as time elapses. The black dial is decorated with a stylised ‘D’ as can be found in the logo of Dynamo Dresden.

The stainless steel rhomboid hands, manufacture-crafted especially for the BENU, are filled with yellow HyCeram and contrast brilliantly against the dark dial. Additionally, the black alligator leather strap is accentuated with yellow contrast stitching.

 Moritz Grossmann Benu Power Reserve Dynamo Dresden edition

The limited-edition serial number appears on the caseback. The noble High-Artistic finish of the calibre 100.2 movement can be admired through the display back.

Retail price is 39.800€.

Technical specifications

Movement: Manufacture calibre 100.2, manually wound, adjusted in five positions

No. of parts: 227

No. of jewels: 26 jewels, 3 of which in screwed gold chatons

Escapement: Lever escapement

Oscillator: Shock-absorbed Grossmann balance with 4 inertia and 2 poising screws, Nivarox 1 balance spring with No. 80 Breguet terminal curve, Gerstenberger geometry

Balance: Diameter 14.2 mm, frequency 18,000 semi-oscillations per hour

Power reserve: 42 hours when fully wound

Functions: Hours and minutes, subsidiary seconds with stop seconds, Grossmann winder with pusher, power-reserve indicator

Special features: Grossmann balance; lateral pusher for disabling the handsetting mode and starting the movement; bar-shaped power-reserve indicator with two-coloured display segment driven by a planetary gearing system; space saving and modified Glashütte stopwork with backlash; adjustment with Grossmann micrometer screw on a cantilevered balance cock; Pillar movement with 2/3 plate and frame pillars in untreated German silver, 2/3 plate, balance cock and escape-wheel cock hand-engraved; broad horizontal Glashütte ribbing, 3-band snailing on the ratchet wheel, raised gold chatons with pan-head screws; separately removable clutch winder; stop seconds for handsetting

Operating elements: Crown in 750/000 gold to wind the watch and set the time, pusher in 750/000 gold to start the movemen

Case dimensions: Diameter: 41.0 mm, height: 11.65 mm

Movement dimensions: Diameter: 36.4 mm, height: 5.4 mm

Case: Three-part, precious metal

Dial: Solid silver, with Arabic numerals

Hands: Hand-crafted, steel or stainless steel

Crystal: Sapphire crystal, antireflection-coated on one side

Strap: Hand-stitched alligator with yellow stitching

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2 Comments

  1. Richard says:

    I didn’t see the price