Sinn 956

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The model 956 is a "rallye" driving chronograph by Sinn produced until 2018.


Sporty chronograph with black dial and power reserve indicator in the style of a fuel gauge. Duplicate tachymeter scale for speeds from 30 to 60,500 km/h and 60 to 500 km/h. The shock and antimagnetic automatic wristwatch is waterproof to 100 meters.

In a limited edition of 999 pieces an "Asclepius" version (the doctor's watch) is produced; the dial with white enamel paint shows a pulsometer scale and Asclepius wand.

The larger Model 917 was introduced in 2010 and remains in production as of 2019.


  • 956 (-2015)
  • 956 Adler (2014-2018)
  • 956 AMG (2001-2005)
  • 956 Classic (2001-2017)
  • 956 Corvette (2010)
  • 956 FULDA (-2005)


Mechanical chronograph movement Valjoux 7750 with power reserve indicator module, 28,800 A/h
Self-winding movement
Finished components (perlage-finished bridges, blued screws)
Nivarox-1 balance spring, glucydur balance, Beryllium plateau
Nivaflex 1 mainspring, Incabloc shock protection
Shock proof according to DIN 8308
Antimagnetic according to DIN 8309


Stainless steel, DIN material no. 1.4435, polished
D 41.5 mm, H 15.0 mm
Sapphire crystal
Screwed down caseback with sapphire crystal
Crown with double o-ring gasket and screwable
Pushers with double o-ring gasket
Waterproof to 100 m
Safe below atmospheric pressure


Matte black, indexes and numerals with white, inactive luminous colour
White hours and minutes hands, with white, inactive luminous colour
Seconds hand, power reserve indicator and white hacking seconds hand


Hours, minutes, small seconds
Date indication at 3 h
Power reserve indicator at 3 h
Chronograph: central seconds, minutes in counter circle (at 12 h), hours in counter circle (at 6 h), stopping time max. 11 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds


Black calf leather strap with white seam and polished stainless steel clasp
Variants: with solid stainless steel bracelet and butterfly folding clasp


2 years


Production: Until 2018
Successor: Sinn 917