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Armin Strom - Gravity Date Earth

Armin Strom Gravity Date Earth

Available in the liveries of the four elements, the Armin Strom Gravity Date features a date display with day/night indication. Focus on the black Earth model.

The Armin Strom Gravity Date is meant to be the most pleasant interpretation of the use of the date display mechanism. To ensure this, it was essential that the visual lay-out and ease of use were in harmony for the user. Armin Strom has choosen a watch hands mechanism that guarantees a maximum transparency of the dial face. The adjustment of the date is greatly facilitated by a 24-hours display situated on the same axis as the date itself. It is thus possible to know the exact position of the day.

The Armin Strom Gravity Date is equipped with the automatic winding Calibre ADD14, with a microrotor and a 5-day power reserve.

The 43.40 mm case is made of stainless steel and black PVD and is waterresistant to 50m. It is completed with a sapphyre crystal and case back, with anti-reflective treatment.

The black dial ring  bears founded appliques and stainless steel hands.
The watch is fitted with a genuine black alligator horn-back strap and stainless steel and black PVD ardillon buckle. An additional black rubber strap is available, as well as a double-fold clasp in stainless steel and black PVD.

 

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The Gravity Date Collection includes the three other traditionnal models Water, Air and Fire. All of them come in limited editions of 100 pieces.

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The ARMIN STROM manufacture expresses the very substance of its founder’s legacy. Its guiding principle is that of reinterpreting watchmaking tradition. To this end, it applies the principle of making movements visible and decorating them at every stage of their design and production.

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