We'll start with the split seconds flyback chronograph - it features a Hanhart in-house movement made in Gutenbach, Germany.
A split seconds flyback chronograph allows two time intervals to be compared. When started, the two chronograph hands are aligned until the split seconds pusher is activated to freeze one of the hands.
The second chronograph hand continues to run timing a second event.
The flyback function allows the instant reset to zero along with an instant restarting of the chronograph.
Hanhart remains a worldwide leader today in the production of in-house mechanical stop watches, and has actually produced this complication for other well-known watch brands.
The Day Timer clock is manually wound with sub-seconds at 6.
Both timing devices feature elaborate coin edge bezels with large winding stems and crowns.
The finishing is superb.
We invite you to review the entire collection of Hanhart watches, an important part of German watch history since 1882.