Habring² Foudroyante 2010 watch praised

First published: 05-05-2011

A Habring² timepiece may appeal to fashion watch fans who are looking to purchase a new attractive device.

The Foudroyante 2010 is the ticker in question, which has received a glowing rating of 68 out of 100 by Watch Observer.

Consumers will likely be instantly attracted to the dial of this timepiece, thanks to the wealth of features decorated onto it.

These include a simple yet stylish design, a railtrack-style minute circle which couples with a contrasting sub-dial and elegant rhodium-plated hands.

A critic at the news source also picked up on the jumping seconds element that clashes with the frantic pace of the rest of the Foudroyante's style.

"This Habring² is undeniably designed for those who like to admire their watch before reading the actual time on it," they claimed.

Another timepiece from the brand which may attract attention of watch enthusiasts is the Time Only 2009 ticker, which is highlighted by a sleek 30mm diameter case and an easy-to-read dial.


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