Sinn 142 St II

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Sinn 142 St II

The 142 St II is a space chronograph by Sinn produced until 2012.


This chronograph is one of the model classics of Sinn: as first automatic chronograph it was worn in space by the German physicist and astronaut Dr. Reinhard Furrer during the D1 mission in 1985 and refuted impressively the claim that watches with automatic movement may not work in zero gravity.

To the 20th anniversary of this flight Sinn in 2005 launched a special edition with titanium case, limited to 500 pieces.

The "GZ" model features a tide calculator on the inner rotating bezel.


  • 142 St (-2004)
  • 142 St II (2006-2012)
  • 142 St II GZ (2010-2012)
  • 142 St S (-2004)
  • 142 Ti (-2004)
  • 142 Ti D1 (2005-2005)
  • 142 Ti GZ (-2000)


Self-winding movement Dubois Dépraz 2070 (basis ETA 2892-A2), 28,800 A/h
33 jewels
Geneva stripes, bridges finished with perlage, blued screws


Stainless steel
Ø 44 mm, height 14.8 mm
Sapphire crystal oben; screw-down caseback with sapphire crystal; Both sapphire crystals with anti-glare treatment on both sides
Interior pilot's bezel
Screw-in crown
Waterproof to 100 m
Safe below atmospheric pressure


Hands and indexes coated with highest luminosity


Central minutes stop indication
Small hands date at 12 o'clock
24 hours indication at 9 o'clock


Optional with massive bead-blasted stainless steel bracelet or with cowhide leather strap


Production: -2012