CT Scuderia, if you have ever even heard of the company, produces watches that you won't find on many people's wrists, either because they don't like the design or they have never heard of the company. CT Scuderia produces primarily "bullhead" style watches where the crown (and chronograph pushers, if they are present) are located above the twelve rather than on the left or right side of the case. Their newest watch, the Scrambler, has just been released. It comes in a number of versions, ranging from the more moderate black dial, stainless steel case (above) to the edgier and bolder version below. There are a number of versions in between as well. All of the watches in the Scrambler collection utilize Ronda quartz movements for timekeeping responsibilities. There are other versions that feature a different subdial layout, but those too have Ronda movements ticking away inside. The case dimensions of 40mm wide x 45mm lug to lug are uniform across all of the watches in the new collection. All other necessary info can be found here. All images are taken from the CT Scuderia website.
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