I start with a familar logo, panorama date, sunburst dial and a "vintage" VI marker

The 12 marker looks like is floating over the dial

As some already figure it out it's the Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph The Capital Edition I have point my lens at

The case is 42mm and the dial/hands is an orgy in colors, a little too many for my taste

This is the stainless steel version that is made in 100 pieces

The dial change in color and are not easy to get correct presented with the camera

The yellow luminova looks really old

The dial is brown but it looks grey sometimes

It's good for 10 ATM and it have a screw down crown

Here I made the dial grey that I think works well to the yellow and blue (the swedish colors) too

It comes with a brown calfskin leather strap and a  buckle in stainless steel

The power reserve window is at the left sub dial

The dial factory in Pforzheim have made a great work with the dial

The caliber 37 now is in many models and contains 65 jewels and have a 70 hour power reserve.

The finish I have nothing to complain about

The colum wheel

The swan neck

In the dark the yellow markers been green and the white blue

So now they add a few more colors