Only mechanical movements are used at Union Glashütte, where watches are painstakingly finished, assembled and calibrated by hand by our watchmakers in Glashütte, Saxony, in a process comprising numerous complicated steps.
The exquisite decoration of the movement can be admired through the sapphire crystal case back of our timepieces.
The powerful automatic movements with a power reserve of up to 60 hours and high rate stability feature a rotor with skeletonised brand lettering and a refined Glashütte stripe finish.
The hand-wound movement designed by Union Glashütte possesses many of the features traditional to Glashütte watchmaking, such as the characteristic three-quarter plate, which also bears fine gold engraving along with the typical stripe finish. As a nod to Union Glashütte's origins, the movement features a stylised temple – a symbol that was first used as a trademark by the company's founder Johannes Dürrstein to certify the originality of his Union watches.