Habring² SHH Grand Reserve 2006 Special Edition in Collaboration with Sincere Haute Horlogerie Singapore

In 2006, Maria Kristina & Richard Habring launched a special edition Habring² automatic watch model designed in collaboration with Sincere Haute Horlogerie (SHH) Singapore. The”SHH Grand Reserve 2006” commemorated the beginning of an exclusive partnership – a milestone in short history of the brand.

The Habring² automatic in its base version allows the owner to add further complications and functions. By doing so, this timepiece sets a new functional benchmark of the small Habring² collection. Its exclusive Swiss ETA 2892-A2 automatic movement unifies both reliability and precision. The additional power reserve indication at 6h and the outsized date display at 12 o’clock position accomplishing hour, minute and center-seconds indication.

The serial sapphire-crystal back allows the owner to adore its technical and aesthetical engineering at its very best condition: decorative ribbings, blued screws and the new Habring² logo on the oscillating weight, free hand cut by famous Carinthian master engraver Florian Güllert.

The exclusive new dial design highlights the”black and white beauty” of this watch. The highly polished white artificial enamel surface of the dial contains up to 15 layers. The black print and the galvanic black treated hour markers and steel hands maximising the contrast while underlining it’s very pure look.

Technical details
Model: Habring² ”SHH Grand Reserve 2006”
– 50 Meter water resistant stainless steel case with 42mm diameter, consisting of three parts, slightly domed and double side anti-reflective coated sapphire crystal and sapphire crystal caseback.
– Self-winding movement with a power reserve of approx. 44 hours, adjusted to chronometer specifications.
– Individually numbered 01/12-2006 to 12/12-2006.
– The hand-cut and hand-sewn strap made from Austrian”saddle-leather” is closed by the stylish stainless steel buckle or the brand new deployment buckle.

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