Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
While the layout of the chronograph looks familiar, it uses dial discs that themselves spin to indicate the recorded time rather than hands. A date and power reserve indicator balance out the dial with the time telling hands themselves being strong looking. The colors on the dial are all customizable by the owners, as is much of the watch. With the technical features being interesting to observe, this is a graceful yet bold watch if there was every such a thing. The idea being that although it makes a bold statement, it will age more gracefully than many of the "interesting today, garish tomorrow" watches that are often released. The movement is the Cvstos Calibre 577 automatic mechanical movement. Most things about the watch are quite nice, but it is obvious the name was not chosen for US audiences as it sounds like a racing video game title - not a luxury sport watch.
Ariel Adams publishes the watch review site aBlogtoRead.com.