Formex



Formex Fast Track Racing-Inspired Watch
The Formex Fast Track is created in the spirit of automobile racing. The Formex watch provides the following functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, date, day, chronograph, and tachometer scale. It is equipped with ETA Cal.7750 automatic chronograph, offering 46-hour power reserve.

The 48-mm case is crafted in 316L steel and black PVD-treated titanium. The rubber or leather strap or black PVD-treated steel bracelet of the watch is integrated with the screw-down titanium bezel and, having incorporated the Formex patented active case suspension system, provides great comfort and excellent performance. The dial completed with luminescent hands and hour-markers offers perfect readability.

The case construction, 100-meter water-resistant, features sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides and screw-down transparent back. read more


Formex Grand Prix GP 997
Formex introduces a new distinctively designed watch for racing car enthusiasts - the Grand Prix GP 997. The angled case has the winding-mechanism placed at 12 o'clock.

Constructors of planes and racing cars were the first to discover the properties of the titanium alloy and to use it for constructing highly stressed but light parts. Formex has constructed a 49mm titanium and steel case, which also features 18K rose gold.

The Grand Prix GP 997 provides the following functions: date, chronograph, second time zone, tachometer scale, luminescent hands and hour-markers and 100m water resistance.

All Formex watches have a patented active suspension for greater shock resistantance and greater comfort on the wrist.
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New Formex Watches Make Suspension System Visible
Formex Watch SA, located in Lengnau, Switzerland, is famous in the world of Watchmaking as a creator of exceptional timekeeping instruments featuring casual style. The brand is also highly respected as an inventor of the patented active case suspension system.

Now, Formex is proud to unveil its first collection of watches with visible suspension elements. The collection is built from six models. The new timepieces are characterized by original combination of materials, aesthetically-appealing exterior and technical perfection. The watches demonstrate signature details of a Formex timekeeper, including a powerful 45-mm-in-diameter case, notably shock-resistant, and absolutely Swiss.

While all Formex watches incorporate internal shock absorbers, the timepieces from the new collection boast the patented suspension system that can be seen from the outside. read more





Formex A780 Watches - Reliability and Distinguished Design
The horological company Formex has pleasantly surprised the public with the presentation of its new A780 watch. The remarkable timepiece has been released in two versions: a three-hand automatic version as well as a quartz chronograph model.

With these novelties, the company meets the challenge of creating interesting cases and charismatic dial designs. Inspired by the sport of racing, the new Formex watches are set in steel cases, which boasts a black PVD-treated or polished surface.

Each case is 13mm thick and measures 45 mm in diameter. The case strikes the eye with its unusual shape, which represents a successful union of round and square elements. The screws, revealed on its surface, can be performed in black or polished steel.
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