1893 Johannes Dürrstein Edition Power Reserve

1893 Johannes Dürrstein Edition Power Reserve


The 1893 Johannes Dürrstein edition power reserve recalls the beginnings of the brand UNION GLASHÜTTE and is to be considered as a homage to the timepieces from the past. This model features a 41 mm stainless steel/rose gold case and a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both faces. It is worn on a brown leather strap with crocodile grain.
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The first Union timepieces were produced in Glashütte in 1893. Today, with a collection named after this significant year, the brand is reinterpreting elements from its own history. The shape of the case is inspired by historical pocket watches, while numerous other details – such as the blued hands, lacquered dials and "railway track" chapter rings – evoke memories of the great classics.

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  • Water resistance

    Water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m)

  • Warranty

    2 Years of Warranty

The Union Glashütte user's manual give information about the use, the settings and the maintenance of the different Union Glashütte watches.



The sapphire used by Union Glashütte for its crystals is a white, synthetic sapphire. Thanks to its hardness rating of 9, this crystal can only be scratched by very hard diamond-like substances. Union Glashütte watches only use double-sided anti-reflective sapphire crystals. As there are no reflections on the crystal, the full splendour of the dial is revealed.


Movement dimensions: 13 ¼ ''', dia. 30.00 mm, height 5.20 mm Hours, minutes, small second, power reserve display Date display in dial window (date correction via crown) Manual winding, 60-hour power reserve Second stop device 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) 20 jewels


Refined gold is very soft and is the most ductile of all metals. Soft, refined gold is a material that is ill-suited for use in jewellery, watches, coins, etc., and is therefore alloyed with other metals to alter its hardness, strength and colour, as well as to improve polishing results and bring down the price. For its cases, crowns and buckles, Union Glashütte only uses gold alloys with a copper content and with 750 parts per thousand of pure gold (18 carat). This produces a rose gold tone.

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