Armin Strom One Week Earth Watch Collection - Earth, Water, Air and Fire

Mar 12, 2010
The prominent watchmaker Armin Strom has recently launched its new One Week Earth watch collection, which encapsulates the mastery of the brands specialists. The collection is built from four timepieces: Earth, Water, Air and Fire. Each interpretation has been issued in a limited edition of 100 pieces.

Inside the powerful Armin Strom watches from the One Week Earth collection there beats a manually-wound ARM09 calibre movement, developed and assembled from A to Z in the brands ateliers. Composed of 146 individual parts and adorned with 34 jewels, it runs at the rate of 18,000 vibrations per hour.

The movement provides a 7-day power reserve. The richness of this mechanism is accentuated by its partially engraved, chamfered and hand-polished surface. The movement serves to indicate hours, minutes, seconds, as well as power reserve.

All the technical treasures are enclosed in a 43.4 mm case, sculptured in titanium or stainless steel with or without 18K pink gold or black PVD treatment. On the dial side the case is armed with a sapphire crystal, which features a double-sided anti-glare coating.

Embraced by the case is a black three-part dial. It demonstrates a power reserve indicator and small seconds counter at 9 oclock. The display also exhibits off-center hours and minutes.

The dial is highlighted by visible crown wheels.

The new Armin Strom One Week Earth watches are presented on a hand-stitched black hornback alligator leather strap, which terminates in a buckle. The timepieces are 50-meter water-resistant.

The collection is expected to be unveiled at Baselworld 2010.

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