At Baselworld 2011, Glashütte introduced a new 60s calendar watch, featuring rose gold with a black dial.

 The 18K rose gold case with a matte black dial, plus hands and hour markers in the same color as the case, set off a luxurious and mysterious temperament. The dial outer ring is still a white minute scale ring. And the distinctive 12, 3, 5, 9 time scales have been called this series of classic designs. The large calendar window at 6 o’clock is very easy to read. In addition, the 12-hour scale and hour and minute hands have a luminous coating, which further increases the watch’s practicality.

 The watch is still equipped with a 39-41 self-winding large calendar movement. Through the transparent case back made of sapphire crystal, you can see three-quarter splints decorated with Glashütte ripples, hollow double G-shaped 21K gold automatic discs, and elegant and noble gooseneck-type precision trimming devices.

 There are currently four Glashütte Sixties Panorama Date watches. In addition to the rose gold and black dial models described above, there are also rose gold cases / silver dials (39-47-01-01-04), stainless steel cases / silver dials (39-47-01- 02-04), stainless steel case / black dial (39-47-03-02-04), a total of three models.