Review: Glashutte Original Seventies
Someone's going to realise soon, and then it will be too late. What am I talking about? Glashutte Original's prices. Now here's a brand that, for all intents and purposes, is on a level with the likes of Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin and Patek Philippe, yet they offer watches —like this Seventies, for example, which comes on a bracelet and has the stupendous calibre 39-47 in-house movement—for less than £8,000. Sure, that's not exactly pocket change, but for a watch of this quality, it's a veritable bargain. Let me explain why.