Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
I don't have too many facts about the watch, but it is in steel with a sapphire crystal, and with a Japanese quartz movement. Not sure about the size. The watch is 30 meters water resistant and has a unique placement for the crown (accessible via the rear of the watch). The first 500 pieces in either the light gray or black straps will be individually numbered limited editions. The watches are being marketed as men's watches and do sort of have a masculine look to then. The polished metal dial has folds in it where the hour markers should be - an interesting design style. The hands are baton shaped with small holes at their tips, while a three hexagon logo sits as the 12 o'clock indicator. The strap is integrated into the case, so it does not require lugs. The brushed metal bezel is a nice compliment to the dial. Overall the watch is minimalistic in theme, but more artistic in style. Good thing it is functional too. Price is $430.00.
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Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review site aBlogtoRead.com
Gallery: Ben MCCarthy Pi Watch