Introducing: The Autodromo Group B With Silver Dial
The specs of the new Group B are indistinguishable from those of past models. The 39mm case is comprised of two components: a focal case that contains the dial, hands, and Miyota 9015 programmed development, and a tempered steel body with spring bar-less drags. The watch is incredibly thin at simply 9mm and light at only 52 grams. This makes it incredibly comfortable on the wrist (to be completely honest: I own a Group B and love it), particularly with the one-piece nylon lashes. The entire bundle is water-impervious to 50m.
The Group B with silver dial on the wrist.
What makes this new release uncommon is that dial. In the event that it looks recognizable, this is on the grounds that the silver and yellow combination was utilized beforehand in the restricted version Group B Evoluzione , a bigger and marginally less precise interpretation of the structure. The brushed sunburst finish of the silver dial pleasantly echoes the brushing working on it and it truly gets the light that comes through the faceted sapphire gem. By and by, I think the yellow brings on a more restrained brilliant character on this dial versus the dark adaptation, which could be a fortunate or unfortunate thing, contingent upon what your identity is. The watch comes in an aluminum box with both yellow and dark nylon lashes, so you can pick how striking you need to go.
It’s important that this isn’t supplanting the other four Group B models. It’s simply an expansion to the assortment and it conveys the equivalent $925 cost tag.
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