Editor's note: If big, do-anything, go-anywhere tickers are your jam, you'll definitely want to check out the Glashütte Original Senator Cosmopolite in Steel. This is a serious piece of traveller's kit, and a good-looking one at that. Read on for Justin's review …* The story in a second: It's big, it's complicated, it's bloody clever. I've said it once and I'll say it again: I've got a real soft spot for German watchmaking, but especially for Glashütte Original. Underappreciated, and painfully under-marketed anywhere outside of Europe, they are one of VERY few brands that manufacture their own dials and cases (in a separate facility in Pforzheim, not in Glashütte proper). Over the years, things like the '60s and '70s collections have consistently grabbed my attention, as did last year's steel versions of the Senator Chronograph Panorama Date, but in 2018 something slightly outside my usual lines of watch attraction caught my eye — the large, somewhat traditionally styled, yet uniquely configured Senator Cosmopolite in steel. This steel version arrives three years after its initial launch in gold, and cuts its retail price down a fair bit (20,700 euros versus 38,000). As a world timer of immensely practical design from a…

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