Sinn 6066 Frankfurt Financial District Alarm Watch
Frankfurt Financial District Alarm Watch is an automatic GMT alarm watch from Sinn produced from 2005 through 2012. It is the third model in the Sinn Frankfurt Financial District line and the second non-chronograph complicated model.
In 1999, Sinn added a model to celebrate the company's home city of Frankfurt and to appeal to the business and finance professionals there. The Frankfurt Financial District Watch was designed to reflect the sensibilities of the German businessman, with clean utilitarian lines, a restrained black dial, and stainless steel case. And, reflecting the international appeal of Frankfurt, the Frankfurt Financial District Watch was designed to show the time in multiple timezones. The company suggested that it could keep track of the time in New York and Tokyo, two other major stock exchanges, while showing the local time in Frankfurt.
The original Model 6000 Frankfurt Financial District Watch was an automatic chronograph but the company added the four handed Model 6060 late in 2001. Both watches have an independently adjustable hand for a second timezone with an internal rotating bezel for a third.
This Model 6066 was the third model in the family. Like the others, it has an independently-adjustable GMT hand, but it adds an alarm as well. The movement, made by Jaquet SA is an update on the AS 5008 called the Jaquet 5900. Unlike many alarm watches, the alarm uses a 24 hour scale located in a window at 6 00. The movement, visible through a sapphire display caseback, features a “bull and bear” motif on the rotor.
Model 6066 was retired in 2012 with no replacement created.
- Sinn 6066 (2005-2012) - Stainless steel case, black dial and bezel
- On the rotor “bull and bear” motif is engraved by hand
- Black galvanised dial with sunburst pattern
- 2 wristbands calf leather strap and solid metal bracelet
- 2 years