Wednesday, June 11, 2014

AXIS DAWN from Pinion

This is one of the latest offerings from the boys at Pinion- the AXIS DAWN

Courtesy of Pinion
For those of you who might have missed it, here are some details straight from Pinion -

The watch, which is designed in England is influenced by the sharp looks of early 20th century military timepieces and instruments. The pure function of timekeeping with the Axis is straightforward due to the highly legible dial and coated sapphire crystal allowing clear vision of the time and date from all angles and lighting conditions.
Housed in an versatile 42mm steel case which is made from a single solid block of stainless steel and water resistant to 100 metres, the Axis is extremely robust. This structural integrity also employs shock resistance for the movement, making it perfect for multipurpose wear.
At the heart of every Pinion Axis is a highly dependable Swiss made automatic movement (ETA 2824-2) which is renowned for it’s reliability and accuracy having been used by fine watchmakers worldwide for many years. With 8 beats per second (28,800 per hour) the movement allows for high accuracy and when fully wound has a power reserve of 40 hours. The power is retained by wearing the watch, as subtle wrist movements power a winding rotor to keep the watch fully wound.

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