Artya Bye Bye Euro Watch - Spiced with Subtle Sense of Humor

Nov 07, 2011
Yvan Arpa, the founder of the horological company Artya, never ceases to amaze its admirers with his boundless imagination and subtle sense of humor.

This time, the brand has issued its new Bye Bye Euro unique watch, which pays tribute to the Brussels summit 2011, summoned to announce the end of the Euro currency. The novelty strikes the eye with its exclusive dial, decorated with real Euro bills, passed through a shredder.

The display ensures central hours, minutes and seconds. The hands of the new Artya watch are powered by a Swiss made self-winding movement. Protecting the dial is a high grade sapphire crystal.

The timekeeping companion boasts a 47mm case, rendered in stainless steel. The case is embossed, defaced, tortured and struck by a lightning bolt at 1.000000 volts, lending it a unique shape and color. The back side of the new Artya Bye Bye Euro unique watch is embossed with an engraving - ArtyA 1/1 unique piece. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 50 meters.

The new Artya watch is teamed with a braided Kevlar bracelet. The company backs its model with a 24-month warranty.

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