Sinn is representative of innovation and a never-ending quest for the highest level of quality standards. The manufacturer can look back on an outstanding list of technical innovations that are featured in many Sinn models today.
Created in 1995 was the Ar-Dehumidifying technology that is fitted in the diving watch 203 Ti Ar. The technology slows the aging process of lubricants – a result of moisture trapped in or entering the watch. The dehumidifying technology ensures that the movement is kept in a protective and almost completely dry environment, thereby extending its longevity. Furthermore, fogging of the watch crystal ceases to occur in cases of sudden temperature change thanks to the dehumidifying technology.
The Diapal technology is another innovation that was first presented in 2001 in the Frankfurt Financial District watches. The technology here utilises a combination of materials that do not need any sort of lubrication to work together. In fact, the materials utilised work together in harmony without causing friction. The decrease in friction, therefore, increases the long-term precision of the timepiece.
The Sinn Hydro Technology is equipped in the EZM 2 Diving Watch and works by submerging the complete watchcase – including the movement, dial, and hands of the watch – in a bath of oil. Thus, the timepiece is absolutely resistant to fogging and pressure. Furthermore, the timepieces are perfectly readable from any angle and in any environment.
The Magnetic Field Protection technology ensures the accuracy of the watch by placing the dial, the movement holding ring and the case back of the watch in a magnetically soft inner case. This technique minimises magnetic interference and ensures the proper functionality of the watch.
Another result of Sinn research and development is Tegiment technology. This technology increases the hardness level of the base material utilised in the production of the watch, thus increasing its scratch-resistance. Tegiment Technology was first used in 2003 with the Sinn Aviator 756 timepiece.