Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
Here he does the watch in black and red (also available in yellow). The interesting watch looks like something he would design, being in PVD black steel and 47.5mm wide. Though it did predate Arpa. It has a base Swiss ETA 2894-2 automatic chronograph movement. The subdial hands incorporate the Jacob & Co. character nicely with the different shape. The dial itself is a thick carbon fiber. While the hands don't really match the watch design super well, they are very easy to see. Overall, the Epic II is a pretty neat watch and will fit the more chic, forward-design thinking personality that Arpa will give the brand when the world sees its new face in 2011.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.