I wanted to put this gorgeous chronograph on your radar today. The Corbeau from Nezumi Studios combines the iconic racing styles from the 1960s and 1970s with modern technology to create an heirloom-quality wristwatch that’s both functional and a head-turner.
The Corbeau differs from other Nezumi Studios by adding some military elements to the normal racing ouvre which gives is a slightly more aggressive look and style than other Nezumi watches. This watch comes with a standard time/chronograph function and it’s packed with an extremely durable scratch-resistant domed sapphire glass crystal with anti-reflective coating.
Other features include a low-maintenance VK63 hybrid movement that is made by Seiko, a premium laser-cut nylon slip-through strap, vintage Swiss Luminova dial + hands, a 316L stainless steel with a brushed finish, and it’s water resistant up to 150-feet. The watch itself comes in three styles: Black, Burnt Gold, and Grey. I’m partial to Burnt Gold but the Black or Grey is probably more versatile for my wardrobe. Let’s check ’em out:
— Function: Time, chronograph
— Movement: Seiko VK63 hybrid movement
— Case Material: 316L stainless steel with a brushed finish
— Case Bezel: 120-click, unidirectional, 316L stainless steel with a coin edge
— Case Back: Screw-down machined caseback
— Crown: Push-down crown with “N” logo
— Water Resistance: 5 ATM / 50 m / 150 ft
— Crystal: Sapphire glass with antireflective coating
— Strap: Laser-cut nylon slip-through strap
— Lume: Vintage colored Swiss Luminova on dial and hands
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