German watchmaker Sinn Watches was founded in 1961 by then-pilot and aviation instructor, Helmut Sinn. This same aeronautical ethos has carried the brand over the past few decades playing a major role into the aesthetic and function of its timepieces. The latest watch debut from Sinn arrives in the form of the Sinn Model 104 St Sa. With its case constructed from solid stainless steel and measuring in at 41mm, the watch boasts a captive pilot bezel with minute ratcheting, a sapphire crystal glass case, and a transparent case back made of sapphire crystal glass that is anti-reflective on the interior. It also features an automatic 26-jewel movement, tonal black day-date functions on the matte black face and indices, and hour, minute and second hands coated with luminescent color.
Those in the market for the Sinn Model 104 St Sa can fin further availability directly through Sinn here.