The group behind Auteur watches is back with their most recent venture just dispatched on Kickstarter, the AAASY Supercolor. The AAASY Supercolor is a fun advanced watch that plays intensely on 1990s style. Having experienced childhood in the ’90s, it appears to be practically ridiculous to come to the realization that brands and originators are presently utilizing the period to take advantage of the sentimentality of a past generation, at the same time, all things considered, here we are. I surmise this is growing up .
Lamentation of my transient youth aside, the ’90s were magnificent — as anyone who grew up in the period knows completely well — so expressive and brilliant plans that pull from that time are absolutely welcome, and the Supercolor was made in view of this.
- Case Material: Stainless steel
- Dial: Eight client selectable tone options
- Dimensions: 44mm
- Water Resistance: 50 meters
- Movement: Custom computerized module
- Strap/bracelet: Two layer polyester on Velcro
- Price: $115 on Kickstarter; $229 at retail
- Expected Release: Anticipated delivery in November 2019
An advanced watch (which is possibly more ’80s than ’90s, however it actually works), the Supercolor’s basic component is its capacity to change the shade of the dial readout freely. It’s a gesture to ’90s pixel-workmanship, and it’s difficult to accept this component isn’t commonly accessible in a portion of the more mainstream devotee zeroed in computerized watches available today. The AAASY Supercolor can show eight unique tones on its screen, and company offers an assortment of brilliantly shaded mil-style straps (with a Velcro connection, which is astounding), so the opportunities for customization here are gigantic.
Another break from the standard in today’s computerized watch world is that the AAASY Supercolor utilizes a sturdy hardened steel case (there’s no plastic to talk about here). The case is accessible in four diverse colorways (silver, dark, rose gold, and yellow gold), offering additional chances for customization.
The core of the watch, however, is the specially crafted advanced interface. In addition to a traditional time and date show, the watch includes a straightforward schedule, a time region function, and a stopwatch. Everything was specially crafted for this very watch, so while the plans have a recognizable look if you’re acquainted with this sort of watch, there are little contacts that give it a novel appeal. For instance, the watch shows one of a few arbitrary energized AAASY logos — each enlivened by electronics marks that were well known in the ’90s — each time it’s killed. Once you see them, they’ll promptly trigger the memory bank. Lots of brands attempt to summon a specific time-frame in their watch plans, and at times the impact is a hodgepodge of vintage signals that have been acquired again and again, as though the fashioner read a book, watched a film, or just saw how others were attempting to get at something very similar. The AAASY Supercolor feels somewhat extraordinary in light of the fact that it weds the look and feel of an era’s style with the tech of a similar period, which, in the ’90s particularly, was basic to how the decade was capable.
But this isn’t a watch to get excessively philosophical over. For a Kickstarter promise of somewhat more than $100, you’re getting an excellent advanced watch that will make you fondly recollect a fabulous time span each time you take a gander at it, which seems like a serious incentive. AAASY Supercolor through Kickstarter