Private ownership allows Swiss watch manufacturer Armin Strom the freedom to explore novel concepts and unusual projects. To commemorate its new partnership with Wealth Solutions in Poland, Armin Strom created a highly unusual wristwatch. The movement of the mechanical timepiece features a small capsule containing a 1762 Gautier Cognac, which was owned by Wealth Solutions.
Armin Strom chief horologist Claude Greisler devised a concept that protects the movement while incorporating the rare spirit. A sealed sapphire crystal disc positioned at 5 o’clock captures the rare Cognac. Manual wind with a five-day power reserve, the watch comes in a stainless steel, 18k rose gold and titanium cases. On the backside, a hand- engraved design of a bunch of grapes decorates the base plate, this is a limited edition to 40 pieces.
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Case: Stainless Steel, Sapphire crystal and case back with anti-reflective treatment, 43.40 mm in diameter, water resistant to 50 m.
Dial Ring & Hands: White with founded appliques with mirror polished hands.
Manufacture Movement: Armin Strom AMW11 Calibre, Manual winding, 5-days power reserve, small seconds, off-centered time indications. The movement is made of 117 components and Beating at 18`000 A/h.
Strap: Delivered with a genuine dark blue alligator horn-back steam and stainless steel ardillobn buckle as well as an additional dark blue rubber strap. A double-fold clasp in stainless steel is available on option.