Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
Pirelli may be best known for making tires, but the Italian rubber company is as well known for everything from clothing and sneakers to racy calendars and films. The latest addition to the PZero collection is a wristwatch called the Disk_O, and as you can see, its design is dominated by an automotive brake motif.
The anodized aluminum bezel, styled after a brake disc, rotates through the caliper, and like the brakes on some higher-end supercars, the caliper – from which the pushbuttons for the Swiss quartz chronograph movement jut out – can be ordered in different colors: red, yellow, black or steel gray. And of course it's affixed to the wrist with a rubber strap, styled in this case after the racing slicks Pirelli is now producing for Formula One.