3006 Hunting Chronograph
The first true novelty of the show is the 3006 Hunting Chronograph, which now features a new moonlight display complication on top of everything else the watch has to offer. Despite the need to show a large amount of information on the dial, it remains clear, legible, and pretty good looking, too. The moonlight display complication is essentially a moonphase indicator with a few modifications to tailor it to its specific purpose here.
According to German federal hunting laws, artificial light is not allowed to be used when hunting, so knowing when one can get the best natural moonlight is good knowledge to have. As such, the moon is lumed for easy readability at night, and it features an indicator at the bottom of the window that marks the three days on either side of a full moon. Inside the 44mm case is the Valjoux 7751 movement, and Sinn’s Hunting Watch makes full use of all of the complications with a 12-hour chronograph, a 24-hour indicator, and a full calendar with pointer date around the perimeter of the dial. The watch also features Sinn’s Tegimenting and Ar-Dehumidifying technologies and it’s water resistant to 200 meters.
The dark green dial is in keeping with the environs in which it is intended to be used, but even if you aren’t planning a hunt in the German forests this is a great looking and complication-heavy watch. The US price for the 3006 Hunter Chronograph on a strap is $3,970.