In keeping with the theme of elements, Armin Strom has announced the Skeleton Pure Water. Inside is the in-house calibre ARM09-S, a manual-wound movement with an 8-day power reserve and blue PVD coating. The case is stainless steel and is 43.4mm in diameter. It will be a LE of just 100 pieces. Find everything on both watches here.
This watch was also just launched and has the same specs as the watch above. It is also a LE of 100.
This is the Armin Strom Gravity Date Fire. Armin Strom makes watches that are anything but ordinary. Their movements are all beautifully decorated and are all unique to Armin Strom. As with other watches from this company, the branding is very minimal and is clearly displayed only at the three o'clock position. The "fire" (red gold) case is 43.4mm in diameter and 13mm thick, a size will fit a broad range of wrists. However, the price tag of ~$50,000-$60,000 USD (per my estimate) won't fit most budgets. The case protects the calibre ADD14 that in addition to the time, displays the date (duh) and also has a day/night indicator. Beautiful...
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