Human enabled peak performance
The precise timepieces from Sinn Spezialuhren have been spotted at many large events. In 2004, Hans-Joachim Stuck – a German racing driver – won the 24-hour race at Nürburgring – a 150, 000 spectator capacity motorsports complex around the village of Nürburg, Germany – with a Sinn 958 around his wrist. That same year, participants of the Fulda-Challenge – an event for the toughest adventurers of the world – utilised the Chronograph 958.
In 1958, Sinn played a small role in history when German physicist and astronaut Reinhard Furrer wore a Sinn-clock during the Spacelab-Mission D-1. The mission further proved that Sinn timepieces function precisely in challenging atmospheres. Seven years later, during the Mir ’92 mission in 1992, the astronaut Klaus-Dietrich Flade wore a Sinn 142 S. The 142 Spezialuhren also accompanied the crew aboard the space shuttle Columbia during Mission D2.
Timepieces from Sinn fascinate with technological finesse and popular designs. Furthermore, Sinn engineers are constantly working on the latest innovations to ensure that their timepieces offer the best user experiences in professional fields.