Hanhart S-Series Limited Edition: Celebrating 50 years of Saab 105 at the Austrian Air Force

Limited to 105 pieces each model, Hanhart’s brand new and strictly limited S-Series is dedicated to a very special anniversary: 50 years of Saab 105 at the Austrian Air Force.

The design of the instrument watches is based on the cockpit clocks of the aircraft Saab 105, bringing a piece of history of the Austrian Air Force to the wrist of the wearer. The S 105 OE and S 105 OE GMT are based on the cockpit clock of the Saab 105 that is used by the Austrian Air Force and the SK 60 GMT is based on the clock of the Swedish model of the Saab 105, which is called SK 60.

In 1970, the Saab 105 OE was introduced in the Austrian Air Force. Probably the most important deviation from the basic model SK60 was the engine. The Austrian version has GE engines of 1290kp each and therefore significantly more thrust and almost twice as much power as the original SK 60.

Even with this limited special edition, precision, reliability, perfect readability by day and night and safe operation have the highest priority in the production. A diameter of 40mm, the simple design and the yellow accents in the SK 60 GMT, stand out and make the Hanhart S series unique.

Each model is limited to 105 pieces and is expected to be available from November.

Technical details

Movement
S 105 OE: Mechanical automatic movement Sellita SW 200 / ETA 2824 in the Hanhart version
28,800 a/h, 4 Hz
S 105 OE GMT and SK 60 GMT: Mechanical automatic movement Sellita SW 330 / ETA 2893 in the Hanhart version
28,800 a/h, 4 Hz

Functions
Stop second
Center second
Date display at 3
24 hours hand, second time (not at S 105 OE)

Case
Stainless steel with PVD coating
Diameter 40mm, height 12mm
Convex, one-sided, mirrored sapphire crystal
Screw-in case back with Saab 105 engraving
Waterproof up to 10bar / 10 ATM according to DIN 8310

Dial
Black
Super-LumiNova® coated hands, numerals and indexes

Strap
Black calfskin
Pin buckle with PVD coating
Lug width: 20 mm

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