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Habring² Erwin Globetrotter

Habring² Erwin Globetrotter

The Habring² Erwin Globetrotter Men’s Manual winding Luxury watch. Featuring a 38.5mm Stainless Steel case, impressive Silver dial, 3 ATM / 30m water resistance, and outstanding precision, this timepiece showcases the premium design and quality that independent Austrian watchmaker Habring² is renowned for.

AU$10,810.00 (AU$9,827.27 ex GST for deliveries outside Australia)

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Habring² Erwin Globetrotter


Habring2 Erwin Globetrotter

Habring2’s Erwin Globetrotter delivers the lines and performance of this classic model with the added feature of a centred second time zone set to 24-hour scale.

By staying true to the classic lines and design of Habring2’s Erwin Jumping Second this model remains legible and minimalistic, in-line with Maria and Richard’s aesthetic signature. The hour, minute and second hands are blued to differentiate them against elegant silver dial which also features a subtle 24-hour scale in Arabic numerals. Keeping track of the second time zone is easy and efficient thanks to the centred red hand with a smart arrowhead tip built for precision. The slimline case works well as a ‘daily wear’ and fits comfortably under shirt sleeves and suits for more formal occasions, making the transition from travel to boardroom seamless.

The Movement
Erwin’s specially developed movement is based on Habring2’s in-house A11 calibre. A11 has proven itself robust and reliable since its launch in 2014 as the movement within the original Felix timepieces. Thanks to its intelligent design, the A11 calibre is flexible enough for installation in Felix and Erwin’s slim 38.5 mm case. Even with the addition of a jumping second and 24hour functions in this Erwin series, the A11S-24 h movement is still a slim and efficient in its elegant case. The display of the 24-hour function runs continuously and can be adjusted hourly via a recessed correction pusher at 4 o’clock (a single press resets the hand by 1 hour).

The Case
Erwin‘s case is proudly 100% Made in Austria. The raw material is tempered in the smelter of world-famous steel specialist Böhler of Kapfenberg and then processed by local metalworking experts.

The Dial
The fine-grained, silver-white dial with its discreet minimalist print and blued steel hands in thread form + red steel, arrowhead-form GMT hand provide the perfect amount of contrast and legibility. The decision to denote the 24-hour, second time zone in red is both logical and deliberate and facilitates excellent legibility at a glance.

The Band
An extensive range of bands are available for the Felix and Erwin collection (18mm lug fitting) and a slim 18mm stainless steel deployment clasp is also available as an alternative to the standard pin buckle fastening.

Erwin’s technical details

Habring² A11S-24h movement:

  • Diameter: 30 mm; height: 5.7 mm
  • Centre-mounted hour hand, minute hand and jumping second hand
  • 28,800 half oscillations per hour (4Hz)
  • Hand-wound movement with 48 hours of power reserve
  • Fine adjustment via tangential screw
  • Amagnetic escapement with a Carl Haas balance spring in chronometer quality
  • KIF shockproof pursuant to DIN and NIHS
  • 21 rubies
  • Elaborately refined by hand with polished edges, decorative grinding, perlage, etc.
  • 81 maintenance relevant parts


  • Stainless steel, three-part, 38.5 mm in diameter, 9.0 mm in height
  • Watertight to the depth equivalent of 30 metres (3bar)
  • Spherical sapphire lens
  • Double-sealed crown, sapphire base
  • Consecutive serial number engraved between the lugs at 6 o’clock


  • Silver dial with black/red printed numerals and batons. Blued hour, minute and second hands plus red second time zone hand with arrowhead tip.

A11 calibre family

Between 2007 and 2014 Habring² movements were based on the Valjoux 7750/7760 clockwork. Due to the well-known withdrawal by ETA – and also to ensure future production – it was only logical for Maria & Richard Habring to create a worthy replacement themselves.

In addition to the entire clockwork, winding mechanism and hand movement mechanism, their task also included designing and manufacturing the escapement and balance wheel with balance spring. Whilst competitors – armed with industrial processes and high, generously subsidised investments in machine pools – attempt to come close to the former ETA prices, the Habrings have decided to take another route: “We will utilise our flexible, small company structure in future to focus even more on the high manually added value of our watches.”

The team at Habring² has perfected the manual assembly of anchors, counting balance springs and the manual production of clockwork cogwheels in accordance with traditional techniques. Counting and bending enough finished balance springs to last a month takes about a day’s work.


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