Under the motto “Urban Survivor” Hanhart appeals to performance-oriented high achievers seeking adventures off the beaten tracks with its new limited special edition.
The black forest inspired design, which is limited to a quantity of 50 pieces, called the PRIMUS Survivor Pilot is an automatic swiss replica watch, which accompanies those who seek a balanced life style of intense professional live and active leisure time. Nature is the place where they gain new strength and find their way back to themselves.
With the PRIMUS Survivor Pilot Hanhart combines its 130-year tradition with modern elements. The chronograph, like the entire collection, features Hanhart’s unmistakable distinctive trademarks, the red push button and the typical “bi-compax” display arrangement. The dial’s premium, bronze green finish is placed under the, on the inside anti-reflective, sapphire glass. The matte, sand blasted stainless steel case with its screwed-down sapphire glass case back grants the view to the movement and the skeletonised rotor.
A robust fabric strap featuring an ergonomic, sandblasted, stainless steel folding clasp complements the sportive appearance of the PRIMUS Survivor Pilot. Flexible lugs offer the wearer the highest comfort. The Arabic number twelve and the luminous indexes dominate Hanhart’s distinctive clean design, and ensures the best possible readability during day and nighttime.
The watch’s outdoor characteristics are clearly in the forefront and speak to those individualists, which make conscious decisions when purchasing a unique timepiece. “Urban Survivor” stands behind the philosophy of this new chronograph within the progressive style of Hanhart’s best swiss replica watch uk online collection. Leaving the hectic everyday life for a moment behind, and finding the necessary balance in nature and leisure.
High performers such as Hanhart’s brand ambassador Claudius Spiegel exhibit this recipe for success. The passionate acrobatic and commercial pilot of the Airbus A320 family constantly reaches the limits in his everyday life. The highly talented German and youngest participant in the RedBull AirRace World Series 2014, finds his balance in recreational sports activities.