Glashutte was established in Germany in 1845. Glashutte manufactures four watch collections: The Karree, the PanoDate, the Senator, and the Sport.
The Glashutte Karree features a retro looking rectangular case that is available in gold, and steel. The Karree is manufactured in a chronograph, a Date/Moonphase, a Perpetual Calendar, and a Power Reserve Model. The Karree comes with a Guilloche dial and sub dials to display the seconds, minutes and hours. All Glashutte Karree models come with either brown or black crocodile straps.
The Glashutte PanoDate collection has seven different models. The Original PanoGraph features a flyback chronograph function on the left side of the dial. The Glashutte PanoDate Panomatic Chrono has three sub dials and a guilloche dial. The PanoDate PanoMatic Date features has the minutes and seconds sub dials offset to the left and has a large date window in the bottom left corner of the dial. The Glashutte PanoMatic Lunar is similar to the PanoMatic Date with the addition of a moon phase. The PanoDate Panomatic Tourbillon has a tourbillon located where the sub seconds window is normally found. The Glashutte PanoDate PanoDate PanoReserve includes a power reserve indicator on the dial.
The Glashutte Senator collection is made in a classic round case. The Senator is made in several versions. The Glashutte Senator Chronograph, and the chronograph with date. Glashutte also makes a Date/Moonphase and perpetual calendar version of the Senator. The Senator Power Reserve model includes a moon phase, date window and retrograde seconds.