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Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watch options: New, used and vintage models and prices

Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watches

The Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watch collection was initially launched in 1999. Since then the range has continued to grow, with more spectacular timepieces added over the years. These stunning wristwatches have impressive technical features such as the display of multiple time zones. Meanwhile, rotors engraved with Frankfurt landmarks are just one example of the sort of design highlights you can expect.

A landmark in watch design since 1999

Since its foundation in 1961, Sinn has been headquartered in the banking metropolis of Frankfurt am Main. Its highly technical watches are still manufactured in workshops within the city. Due to the close ties between the brand and its home town, it should come as no surprise that Sinn has created an entire line of watches in homage to the city's thriving stock exchange.

Sinn's Frankfurt Financial District watch collection encapsulates the global outlook and special character of this business metropolis with peerless craftsmanship. After being successfully introduced in 1999 with the Sinn 6000 model, the line has gone from strength to strength. In 2014 it celebrated its 15th anniversary with two new models, the Sinn 6052 and Sinn 6099.

The Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watch

International in feeling, the economic metropolis of Frankfurt am Main has a distinctive charm that's all its own. It's the seat of the European Central Bank, not to mention many other important banks and multinationals. And of course the Frankfurt Stock Exchange ranks as one of the most important stock exchanges in the world.

The Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watch skilfully captures the spirit of this exciting city. Every watch in the series bears the words "Frankfurt am Main" in pride of place on the dial below the brand name. The collection is water-resistant to 100 meters, and vacuum-proof in the manner of a professional pilot's watch. With this display of functionality, the company shows how it has achieved such as enviable reputation as a manufacturer of high-quality aviation timepieces. The Frankfurt Financial District watch is rounded off with a non-reflective sapphire crystal base, so that you can see and appreciate the workings of the intricate movement.

The Sinn 6000 model

The trailblazer of the series

The Frankfurt Financial District series began with the Sinn 6000. This mechanical chronograph accomplishes the impressive feat of displaying three time zones on a 12 hour basis. Accessible via a small dial and a locking inner ring, the two additional local times can be used, for example, for the stock exchanges in New York and Tokyo. This handsome men's watch comes in a polished stainless steel case with a diameter of 38.5 mm.

The Sinn 6000 doesn't just capture the entrepreneurial spirit of life on the river Main, it actually has the Frankfurt city skyline depicted on it too, hand engraved on the movement's rotor. This memorable watch is also available in a variant model with an 18-carat rose gold case.

Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watch options

Watches with a love of detail

After the success of the first Sinn Frankfurt Financial District watch, it was inevitable that the range would continue to expand with further, equally innovative models. The Sinn 6033, for example, is a smaller alternative in a 34 mm stainless steel case. Thanks to this size, it makes an excellent ladies' watch.

Another highlight of the collection is the Sinn 6060, which displays three time zones on a 12- and 24-hour basis. Its rotor is engraved with a bull and a bear. This is a reference to a pair to bronze statues standing outside the Frankfurt stock exchange building – which, in turn, are depictions of the those familiar beasts from the stock exchange menagerie, bull markets and bear markets.