The upcoming Sinn U1000 chronograph!  2 Comments


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(image from the official Sinn website)


Thanks for the great news JX! News of the new Deep Sea Chrono from Sinn was first heard back at Tempus when Herr Lothar Schmidt confirmed its coming release. Looking at the images in your report, the watch still has the character of the U series. The look does seem identical to the U2 GMT model especially the hour and minute hands. Clearly the crown has been upsized considerably. What I like about the design is that its a tricompex (three sub-dials) that looks like a bicompex (two sub-dials) chrono. Sinn claims that this new chronograph function is operable even at its maximum depth rating. This is no small feat as there are only a small handful of mechanical watches in the world that can do this.
Fortunately, the case has not grown any further from U series 44mm, but the height of 18mm will prove to be somewhat difficult to wear on daily basis.
The new models, especially the black version - will most definitely appease the pent up demand for the black tegiment/pvd U series first seen with the limited edition Tempus U1.

I just checked the Sinn site and used Google to translate their German language webpage. For those keen to read the official release in English - Click Here.

- HT



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