Introducing: The Moritz Grossman Atum Pure Steel (Live Pics, Pricing Info)
A dazzling dress watch with an hours, minutes, and little seconds show, the Atum was recently offered distinctly in valuable metals, in rose gold for $36,100 and in white gold for $37,600. It’s currently accessible at the third of the cost, at $11,500. Presently, that is the sort of bounce that makes you can’t help thinking about the amount of the great stuff has been tossed out of the first model?
But it’s the equivalent in-house development, yet a lot more straightforward completion, which controls the watch. The Caliber 201.0 returns without the German stripes on the trademark 2/3 plate, or the hand-engraved cantilevered balance rooster. All things considered, it has been shot-peened to make a consistently matt surface nicknamed the “Unadulterated Classic Finish” by Moritz Grossman. What’s more, it looks damn good.
The case itself estimates 41 mm, sits level on the wrist and presents a decent profile. The bended hauls embrace the wrist, and the watch is entirely comfortable to wear.
The dial is lacquered in white and offers a lovely setting for the hardened steel hour markers. The hour and moment hands have an exquisite shape and a solid presence, which adds to the clarity of the dial.
The Moritz Grossman Atum Pure Steel will be accessible in three dial choices – in white, dark, and blue. Each is restricted versions of 150 pieces. The watch comes on a hand-sewed croc tie with prong lock in spotless steel.
The Moritz Grossmann Atum Pure Steel: case, 41 mm; in steel; Movement, Moritz Grossmann in-house physically twisted, recurrence 18,000 vph, 42 hours when completely twisted. Visit Moritz Grossmann here.
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