wempe zeitmeister glash&#252;tte #<br>large automatic chronometer<br>with power-reserve indicator
The new additions to the Wempe Zeitmeister line include a men's automatic watch with a power-reserve indicator. Inside the 45mm-diameter steel case, as in all of the Zeitmeister watches, is a movement certified by the Glashütte chronometer testing facility. The characteristic Zeitmeister lugs ensure that the watch always sits comfortably on the wrist. Anti-reflective sapphire glass curves elegantly over the dial, while an engraving of the observatory in Glashütte on the case back testifies to the watch's origins in German's traditional watchmaking capital.

With its crescent-shaped power-reserve indicator, the new Zeitmeister does not only show how much power it has left. It vividly recalls the historical importance of chronometry as well.

By contrast, owners of the large Zeitmeister automatic chronometer with power-reserve indicator should have no fears of their watches stopping. The natural movement of their arm automatically rewinds their watch – up to a maximum power reserve of 46 hours. As this occurs, the small hand of the power-reserve indicator moves between the two ends of the crescent: or between "Auf" and "Ab" (“up” and “down”) as the craftsmen of Glashütte have traditionally termed these two poles.