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MonoControl

The Pioneer MonoControl is reminiscent of the first mono-pusher chronograph produced by Hanhart. In as early as 1938, the brand designed a mono-pusher precision chronograph for naval officers which featured Hanhart's own "Calibre 40". The technical design with a single pusher is also the trademark feature of the Pioneer MonoControl. This meant that the automatic calibre used had to be redesigned slightly in Hanhart's own workshops.

Technical details

Movement:
HAN3911 modified automatic chronograph movement (bicompax), based on the Valjoux 7750 calibre, with increased crown-to-button spacing and single-button conversion; 28,800 vibrations per hour, 4 Hz; 28 jewels; rotor with a skeletonised Hanhart logo; power reserve of min. 42 hours
Functions:
Small seconds at 9 o’clock, 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock, date display at 6 o’clock
Case:
Stainless steel; red button; fluted, bidirectional rotating bezel with red marking; convex sapphire glass, anti-reflective on both sides; screwed-down case back; diameter 42 mm, height 15 mm; water-resistant to 10 bar/100 m
Dial:
Black; with Super-LumiNova®-coated luminous numerals and hands
Strap:
Calfskin with riveting; pin buckle made from stainless steel
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