The 1964 Gran Turismo chronographs pay tribute to the halcyon days of racing timepieces and the motorsports they accompanied. A compact 38mm chronograph with three large sub-dials, tachymeter chapter ring and sharp applied markers, it’s a perfect balance of sport and style. In true Dan Henry fashion, the 1964’s are manufactured with a finesse and attention to detail that far exceeds their price point; a fact visible in the slightly curved seconds hands and the mixed-finishing on the case.
The 1964 is powered by the Seiko VK64 Meca-Quartz Chronograph caliber. This Japanese-made hybrid movement mixes a mechanical chronograph mechanism with quartz time regulation, for the best of both worlds. The chronograph center-hand sweeps at 1/5th second intervals for smooth motion and all hands instantly reset. Additionally you’ll find a 60-minute totalizer at the nine position and a 24-hour hand at three. Battery life is approximately 36 months.
The watch is accompanied by a leather strap, a steel bracelet and a canvas strap roll. Limited edition of 1964 pieces.
Please note each version is available with or without date.
- Case: Polished and Brushed steel
- Dial: Silver and Black Panda
- Movement: Seiko VK63 Meca-Quartz
- Complication: Chronograph,
- Small seconds, Date and 24-hour
- Lens: Domed Mineral w/
- Sapphire and AR coatings
- Straps: Black Leather and
- Steel “Beads of Rice” Bracelet
- Water Res.: 50m
- Diameter: 38mm
- Length: 44.7mm
- Thickness: 12.9mm
- Lug Width: 19mm
Since their start in 2016, Dan Henry has quickly become one of the highest-profile micro brands in the enthusiast community. Founded by esteemed namesake collector Dan Henry and based out of his native Brazil, the brand takes its inspiration from Henry’s extensive collection of vintage timepieces to present expressions of some of the greatest watchmaking styles of the early and mid twentieth century. While Henry himself maintains his massive archive of historic timepieces, the extreme rarity and value of some of these pieces drove him to create a brand that would make that style accessible to every enthusiast.