Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph German watches

Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph

The new Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph automatic wrist watch basically sports the same layout as the recent Hanhart Pioneer TachyTele, but comes in a much bigger, bolder body, which is protected from accidental dents and scratches with a mean-looking black DLC treatment.




As the original Pioneer TachyTele, the new Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph features the same bi-compax dial layout, which, at closer inspection, is not really the same.

While the former sports a rather simple chronograph function with a 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock and a central chronograph seconds hand, the latter comes with an IWC-style combined totalizer that features a 12-hour and chronograph counter and a small seconds display sharing the same sub-dial at 9 hours.

The 30-minute chronograph totalizer is still on its place at 3 o’clock.

Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph (dial, detail)

To make the feat possible, the German watchmaker employed their new HAN4312 automatic chronograph movement, which is built on 34 rubies, beats at standard 28,800 vph and has a minimum power reserve of 42 hours.

I am not sure about the origin of this caliber, but I have a feeling that it is in fact a slightly modified ETA ebauche or one of its numerous clones.*

Well, at least Hanhart says that the movement was made in Switzerland.

Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph automatic wrist watch

The caliber is hidden inside a rather large stainless steel case. Exactly 45 millimeters in diameter, the case sports the signature notched bezel with a red element at 12 o’clock and a pair of chronograph push-pieces at 2 and 4 o’clock (one of them is, too, of the same blood-red color.)

Together with the rugged black leather strap that features contrasting white stitching, the watch looks even more brutal, although the white sub-dials somewhat diminish its military-style charm.

Since the watch was created to celebrate the 130th anniversary of the brand (as the name implies, it was established in 1882,) Hanhart decided to limit the timekeeper’s production at mere 130 pieces.

*UPDATE: Okay, it looks like the movement is based on the Swiss made ETA Valjoux 7750 natural-born chronograph caliber.

Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph (side view)

Photos: Hanhart

Hanhart Pioneer Stealth 1882 Chronograph automatic watch specification

Price: TBD
Movement: Automatic, HAN4312, based on ETA Valjoux 7750, Swiss Made
Number of jewels: 34
Movement frequency: 28,800 vph
Movement decoration: N/A
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph, tachymeter, telemeter
Power reserve: 42 hours
Case material: Stainless steel, black DLC-treated
Bezel material: Matches case
Crown material: Matches case
Case shape: Round
Bezel shape: Round
Case size: 45.00 mm
Case height: 16.00 mm
Lug width: N/A
Dial: Black
Numerals: Arabic
Hour markers: Luminous
Hands: Luminous
Water resistance: 100 m
Strap: Black leather strap with contrasting white stitching
Crystal: Sapphire, antireflective
Case back: Solid


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  1. it steal my heart,anyway i am owing my first hanhart watch in my collection box very recently let we see how much in the future thanks

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