Instrumento N°Uno celebrates ten years making watches

First published: 19-10-2010

Watchmaker Instrumento N°Uno is to celebrate ten years in the industry with two sets of special editions, one for him and one for her.

Each timepiece in the collection is set to have a Pop Art approach to it, with a couple of the key features which should aid watch fans to read the time being a dual time zone display and the date shown in a large appearance on the face, Watch Luxus has reported.

The women's set of four watches has been compared to that of modern art, with the website noting that "it is easy to imagine these creations next to the great classics of Andy Warhol or Roy Lichtenstein in the Guggenheim in New York".

Reasons for this impression include the face that each timepiece in the range has an elegant-looking black steel case, as well as emitting bright colours in its strap and face designs.

The men's collection also uses a range of colours to make the timepieces 'jump out' in appearance when worn, though an alligator strap and matt stainless steel case are some of the more masculine elements.

Many watch companies are celebrating anniversaries this year, with Watch Luxus recently reporting on chocolate-themed timepieces being produced to honour Ebel Beluga's 25th anniversary.


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