PIONEER MonoControl

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Die PIONEER MonoControl erinnert an die ersten Ein-Drücker-Chronographen von Hanhart. Bereits 1938 konstruierte die Manufaktur für Marine-Offiziere einen Präzisions-Chronographen mit nur einem Drücker, der über das „Kaliber 40“  verfügte. Für die technische Umsetzung mit einem Drücker wurde das Automatik-Kaliber der PIONEER MonoControl in den eigenen Werkstätten leicht umkonstruiert.

Werk

  • Automatisches Chronographenwerk HAN3911
  • Basis: ETA7750 mit La Joux-Perret Modul
  • Ein-Drücker-Umbau
  • 28.800 A/h, 4 Hz, 28 Steine
  • Gangreserve mind. 42h

Funktionen

  • Kleine Sekunde
  • 30-Minuten Zähler
  • Datum

Gehäuse

  • Edelstahl
  • Durchmesser 42 mm, Höhe 15 mm
  • Große Krone und roter Drücker
  • Glatte oder kannelierte Lünette
  • Konvexes, beidseitig entspiegeltes Saphirglas
  • Geschraubter Gehäuseboden
  • Wasserdicht bis 10 bar/10 ATM

Zifferblatt

  • Silber oder schwarz
  • Super-LumiNova® beschichtete Ziffern und Zeiger

Armband

Kalbsleder oder Edelstahl

THE WATCH

THE PIONEER MONOCONTROL

Hanhart upholds the tradition in producing legendary pilot watches and unites the clear instrument inspired design of its predecessor from 1938 with the outstanding technology of the 21 century. In both form and function, the PIONEER MonoControl is a virtually perfect example of a classic pilot’s watch. The black or silver-coloured dial with luminescent indices is reduced to essentials: legibility is a top priority.

Compared with its predecessor, the stainless-steel case has increased by 2 millimetres to 42 millimetres. Also worth mentioning, the contemporary modified date window at 6. The watches, which are water-resistant to 10 bar, are powered by a modified chronograph movement HAN3911 and have a 42-hour power reserve. In terms of precision and robustness – and like all its predecessors – the PIONEER MonoControl meets the full schedule of requirements for professional Pilot’s Watches “Made in Germany”.

The PIONEER MonoControl is reminiscent of the first mono-pusher chronograph produced by the Gütenbach manufactory in 1938, which featured Hanhart’s own “Calibre 40”. All chronograph functions of this unconventional wristwatch – start, stop and zero setting – are performed by the same button, and they always follow strictly one after the other. In order to obtain the mono-pusher conversion, the automatic chronograph movement, which is based on calibre ETA Valjoux 7750, is slightly redesigned in Hanhart’s own workshops by using the module from La Joux-Perret.

GOOD TO KNOW

HANHART SIGNATURE

THE FLUTED BEZEL WITH RED MARKING

At Hanhart, form and function are often closely intertwined. This is particularly true of the bezel, an essential component in the distinctive visual identity of Hanhart watches. Bezels in a wide variety of forms, fixed or rotatable, have been introduced in Gütenbach over the years.

Originally, the bidirectional fluted bezel with the inlaid red marking had a functional purpose: it allowed measuring lap times and served as navigation while guaranteeing safe and secure handling. Over time, the striking fluted bezel became an aesthetic element, a genuine Hanhart signature feature.

THE ART OF WATCHMAKING

Within the walls of Hanhart, one can witness the most traditional art of watchmaking is being employed alongside innovative processes, an authentic fusion between Hanhart’s long tradition and progress.

Hanhart developed in cooperation with the Swiss movement manufacturer La Joux-Perret a modification that used to obtain the Hanhart typical bi-compax display form for its PIONEER collection. As a basis, Hanhart uses the fully integrated self-winding, twenty-five jewel movement ETA 7750 that meets extremely strict criteria for precision. The complete movement is assembled from over 200 individual components.

WATCH ROLL

PROTECTION FOR YOUR TIMEPIECE

Store your Hanhart, whether at home or on the move, in an iconic leather roll. Your watch deserves protection. Feel the ruggedness of the leather that gives the Watch Roll its unique Black Forest look and feel of great quality and resistance.

The Hanhart Watch Roll has been designed to keep your coveted timepiece also safe during your travels. Store your watch by fixing it safely with two snap fasteners. For additional protection, the case’s interior has been expertly lined in ultra-soft leather; the whole is securely held together by two silvery buttons.