Volna Typhoon Siberia Watch - Absolute Perfection

Nov 25, 2009
The horological company Volna has successfully employed Titanium G5 material into manufacturing of its exemplary Typhoon Siberia watch. This intriguing model represents both artistic and mechanical excellence. The Typhoon Siberia timepiece from Volna has been issued in two limited editions of 125 items each.

Grade 5 Titanium is an ultra-modern material, characterized by remarkable lightness. It is also shock-resistant, as well as resistant to wear and corrosion. Moreover, this material is notable for its anti-allergenic qualities, and therefore is widely used in the world of medicine. For a particular reason, however, Grade 5 Titanium is quite a newcomer to the watchmaking industry: this material demonstrates an extreme level of toughness, which makes it very difficult to model.

It was the horological company Volna, which managed to crack this tough nut, having pushed the boundaries of technology and discovered new perspectives. The unrivalled craftsmanship and technical perfection enabled the brands highly qualified specialists to sculpture the Typhoon Siberia watch entirely in Grade 5 Titanium.

The Volna Typhoon Siberia chronograph comes with a three-part case, which demonstrates infinite care lavished on details. This amazing watch features alternating polished/satin finish, which requires painstaking efforts of true masters.

Fitted with a notched, unidirectional bezel, the case of both interpretations measures 46.5mm in diameter and incorporates a movement, distinguished by matchless exactitude. The first version is offered in polished and satin Grade 5 Titanium; the second one, sculptured in the same material, is double-coated with black carbon, which ensures an enviable degree of resistance.

The premium Volna watch combines technical performance and contemporary design. Carefully thought out down to the last detail, the model is extremely easy to use. The Typhoon Siberia chronograph is fitted with a double crown, which is linked to a security indicator on the dial. This indicator serves to show the wearer that the timepiece is water-resistant again after the crown is used.

The dial of the Typhoon Siberia watch exposes hands, applied numerals and massive indexes that stand out due to bold applications of red Superluminova compound. The hand-crafted satin ruthenium plaques contribute to perfect readability of the safety indicator, date and chronograph functions. The chronograph function is presented via a central seconds hand, 30-minute and 12-hour counters.

The oversized push-pieces coordinate well with the lugs and crown, emphasizing the dynamic and unique exterior of the Volna watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com.

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