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Dornblüth & Sohn Quintus Centre Second (CER)

Dornblüth & Sohn Quintus Centre Second (CER)

The Dornblüth & Sohn Quintus Centre Second (CER) Men’s Manual winding Luxury watch. Featuring a 38.5mm Yellow Gold case, impressive Black dial, and outstanding precision, this timepiece showcases the premium design and quality that independent German watchmaker Dornblüth & Sohn is renowned for.

AU$33,100.00 (AU$30,090.91 ex GST for deliveries outside Australia)

D. Dornblüth & Sohn, invites you to further customise your timepiece with the below options. Note, these upgrades may or may not be applicable to the model you are purchasing. Once ordered a Define Watches team member will contact you to finalise the options and additional costs, or alternatively you can discuss them before purchasing by emailing [email protected]

Unless stated Printed Numerals/Indices are (default)

Bespoke Ceramic Dials

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Dornblüth & Sohn Quintus Centre Second (CER)


Quintus Center Second with a massive 18ct gold case black dial
2010.ZS (CER)

Dornblueth & Sohn’s striking, in-house caliber Q-2010 beats at the heart of the Quintus Centre Second Collection. The collection is available in three model ranges: Quintus Center Second, Quintus Center Second Regulator and Quintus Center Seconds Power Reserve.

Each piece offers unique functionality in a tidy 38.5mm case so it is perfectly suited to slimmer wrist sizes. A special technical feature of the Quintus Centre Second collection is the concealed center second drive located under the main bridge. As a result, the movement affords a more aesthetic appearance because its overall height is reduced. This allows the wearer to enjoy the exposed, patented Maltese Cross feature on view. In conjunction with the double spring-cage drive and short-armature locking, it ensures almost linear force transmission and significantly improved gear ratios, combining beauty with functionality as only the Germans can.

The Maltese Cross finetuning system is usually placed under the barrel and out of view but the watchmakers at Dornblueth & Sohn chose to make this sophisticated, special construction visible through a generous sapphire crystal, exhibition case back. In this way, the observer can view the Maltese Cross at work with its locking mechanism engaging in the crown wheel, and fully appreciate the finely crafted technical detail realised by the skilled watchmakers at Dornblueth & Sohn.

Centre Second

The Quintus Center Second brings all the hands to the center of the dial. This achieves better readability and improved clarity. But what looks like a matter of course from the outside, demands heightened watchmaking sophistication in the background. The detail is in the exquisite in-house calibre is balanced to enhance not only its appearance but also its performance.

The Quintus Centre second is a classic timepiece of subtle proportions for lovers of old-world charm and modern technic.

This model comes in a massive gold case and a variety of ceramic dials in the colour of your choice.

If you would like more information about the upgrades please email us for details and a personalised quote.

The Case
polished / burnished, double screw union • diameter 38.5 mm • height 10.0 mm • 1.0 mm sapphire glass on top, slightly domed and antireflected inside • screwed sapphire glass base • oversized crown with embossed manufactory name solid 18kt / 750 – gold, polished / burnished

The Dial
central display of hours, minutes and seconds • engraved dial made of new high-strength and colour-stable ceramic material, either polished or matt • hour numerals coated

The hands
white, hour and minute hands coated with the fluorescent SUPER Luminova material

D. Dornblüth & Sohn manufacturing HQ in Kalbe


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