Despite having really realistic sketches of the prototypes we are making, Azimuth spares no efforts in rendering these sketches into lifelike 3D images so we can test the lighting and different colours and variations from every angle.
It is especially important to look at the timepieces from different angles to ensure the readability of the time is not compromised by the design of our watches.
Happy #redseikosunday fam! Hope you all had a great weekend!
Representing the selfie pocket shot with a chrono that to me represents a lot of value in vintage Seiko collecting. These have been climbing in value but haven't gone completely through the roof yet like some other vintage Seiko. If you have been after one, now is the time to pull the trigger in my opinion!
This JDM "5 Sports Speedtimer" Kakume seems to be a more rare variant with the yellow chrono hands and nearly impossible to find OEM 5 Sports H-link bracelet. Running like it left the factory thanks to a recent service pedigree from @clocksavant 😁👍🏻 (👉🏻 swipe for more 👉🏻)
There are few things better than opening your email inbox with your morning tea and seeing customer photos sitting there. A special thanks to @alexvanslyke for not only taking part in the #RetrospectRelay but for spreading the love to his family. Here’s a shot Alex sent us of his dad wearing the Nebula Blue.
Photo credit: @alexvanslyke
A closer look at my 1940s Zenith-Favre-Leuba. Around 34/35mm excluding crown. One thing I can't describe is the bracelet: it is a vintage ladder-like structure that weighs like a feather and clips on each rung of the step. Never seen one like this before.
Also, bonus to anyone who recognises the soundtrack. 😊
Bremont ALT1-C BE-50AE
Quite a mouthful isn't it, but what a beauty! For those of you that don't know, Bremont is one of the largest watch brands from the UK, and was founded in 2002 by brothers Nick & Giles English. The brothers gained experience in clock assembly and aeroplane and yacht construction. Then on the 4th of March 1995 whilst running a training flight for an air show, Nick and his father Dr Euan English where involved in a plane crash, which killed Nicks and Giles' father and seriously injured Nick. After the terrible incident the brothers went on to found Bremont Watch Company in 2002 and have since won many prestigious awards such as: HSBC Global Connections, Watch Brand of The Year Award', 2011 and so on. Along with their other watch series' Bremont offer special-editions watches strictly for those who formally served or currently do serve the armed forces. These are restricted to people who have flown in subject aircraft, served in the military units commemorated or, in one case, served on board a particular warship. So all in all they certainly have their morals right. Showing the armed forces the respect and love they deserve and creating such beautiful timepieces as these, this is just one of the watches they sell but it caught my eye, really this is more about the brand and what they stand for then the actual watch i have chosen. I just believed that Bremont deserved some recognition, that the fact they lost their father in such a terrible way to then go on and build this huge watch brand is remarkable and deserves recognition.
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