In a universe of vintage enlivened jump watches, the Formex Essence line offers something a lot unique for watch fans whose taste is bowed more toward the advanced, precise, and tech centered. Many know Formex as the creators of the “Case Suspension System,” which permits the focal point of the case to go here and there as pressing factor is applied from above or underneath the watch. The thought is like safeguards on a vehicle, and Formex promotes the framework as taking into account more noteworthy comfort on the wrist and adding assurance and heartiness to the watch case. Today we’ll take a gander at the most up to date individuals from the Essence assortment, highlighting restricted version shooting star dials.
Formex Essence Space Rock
- Case Material: Stainless steel, carbon fiber
- Dial: Meteorite
- Dimensions : 43mm
- Crystal: Sapphire
- Water Resistance: 100 meters
- Crown: Push/pull
- Movement: Sellita SW200-1, STP1-11
- Strap/bracelet: Stainless steel
- Price: $1,450 – $1,980
- Reference Number: n/a
- Expected Release: Available now
Let’s back up and investigate the Essence case. Indeed, even outside of the Case Suspension System, there’s a great deal to like here for somebody who prizes completing and an exceptional shape in their games watch. The Essence case includes sharp changes between high cleaned and brushed surfaces, making sensational points at the hauls and close to the bezel. There’s a hardness to the caselines of the Essence that is actually the absolute opposite of the delicate, streaming lines of numerous vintage propelled sports watches. Formex promotes the Essence for its solidness, and it absolutely looks like it.
The Formex Essence Space Rock, as it’s called, is accessible in two variants. One with the standard tempered steel case, the other with a carbon fiber composite case that is 40% lighter and highlights a clay bezel and crown. Each is combined with an unmistakable shooting star dial, an element frequently connected with top of the line extravagance looks for their extraordinariness and remarkable appearance. The exact appearance of the Widmanstätten design (the arrangement of three-sided shapes on each dial) is completely extraordinary to each piece, and the aftereffect of a cooling interaction that takes a huge number of years.
Formex has furnished the steel rendition of the Essence Space Rock with a COSC ensured Sellita SW200-1, while the carbon fiber adaptation utilizes a STP1-11 development. At $1,450 for the steel watch and $1,980 for the carbon fiber, there’s a great deal of significant worth here in the stunningly completed case and uncommon dial material. The Essence Space Rock watches are restricted to 50 pieces each, and accessible now on the Formex site. Formex