The Bruno Söhnle Idas embodies German watchmakers' tradition
With the Bruno Söhnle Idas the company from Glashütte presents a watch with special features. The chronograph convinces with its extraordinary design. The remarkable piece gets a high recognition value due to the oversized date in the upper area at the twelve o'clock position which is already known from other Bruno Söhnle watches. The timekeeper is different and stands out from the usual framework also with other details. In addition to the traditional display of time via the three hands in the center, the Idas also offers the typical functions of a chronograph. On the outer stainless steel case there are two push buttons for the stop watch function below and above of the crown. With the help of these buttons, the wearer of the watch can stop the time and continue again. The display of the stopped time is made via separate display systems on the sub-dials.
Tradition with special character
The chronograph Idas is an excellent example for the high quality that is characterizing for German watches. The dial in the variants black and white appears not overloaded with the chronograph functions in spite of the three sub-dials. By the antireflective sapphire glass, the time can be read clearly in all external circumstances. Good readability of all time specifications is also ensured by the fact that the hands of the Idas for hours and minutes are treated with luminous coating.
Like all timekeepers of a Bruno Söhnle collection, the Idas is manufactured in Glashütte in Saxony. Watches "Made in Germany" have always been a matter of the heart to the founder of the young company. Even if he made his dream of an own watch atelier come true a bit later. In 1957, his first steps into the world of timepieces were made by the watch enthusiast born in Wurmberg in the Black Forest. He had waited for his own pieces until the year 2000, the year of the foundation of his business in Glashütte.
The small town in Saxony is well known for a rich watchmaking tradition and the manufacturing of instruments. The businessman Söhnle does not only continue this tradition with the Idas in the best possible way. As a sign for its deep bond with the heritage, he has manufactured timekeepers such as the Idas since 2006 in the Assmann-House. Here, Julius Carl Friedrich Assmann already assembled his highly precise instruments in the second half of the 19th century. Today, the typical Söhnle pieces of jewelry with quartz movements, automatic movements and mechanical hand winding are created here. Collections like Bruno Söhnle Rondo, Grandioso or Pesaro enjoy much attention in horology.
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