PIONEER MonoControl

from 2.440

The PIONEER MonoControl is reminiscent of the first mono-pusher chronograph produced by Hanhart. In as early as 1938, the brand designed a mono-pusher precision chronograph for naval officers which featured Hanhart’s own “Calibre 40”. The technical design with a single pusher is also the trademark feature of the PIONEER MonoControl. This meant that the automatic calibre used had to be redesigned slightly in Hanhart’s own workshops.

Movement

  • Automatic chronograph movement HAN3911
  • Basis: ETA7750 with La Joux-Perret module
  • Mono-pusher conversion
  • 28,800 vibrations per hour, 4 Hz, 28 jewels
  • Power reserve of min. 42 hours

Functions

  • Small second
  • 30-minute counter
  • Date

Case

  • Stainless steel
  • Diameter 42 mm, height 15 mm
  • Large crown and red button
  • Flat bezel or fluted rotating bezel
  • Anti-reflective convex sapphire glass
  • Screwed-down case back
  • Water-resistant to 10 bar/10 ATM

Dial

  • Silver or black
  • Super-LumiNova┬« coated numerals and hands

Strap

Calfskin or stainless steel