Since blasting onto the scene a couple of years prior with a ‘70s-motivated dashing chronograph named the Voiture, Nezumi has produced a large number of all around planned pieces that carry on a similar exemplary vibe with simply a bit of rock and roll. The Corbeau, Nezumi’s most recent, is the same, following the Voiture line and moving them into a more forceful domain with three new variations.
The fundamental instance of the Corbeau arrangement ought to appear to be natural to those who’ve took care of Nezumi timepices previously. The fundamental body of the case is a remainder from the first Voiture line, with its curved Omega-style carries and 40-millimeter breadth (read our full audit of the Voiture here for our top to bottom conclusions on this case). The general feel of the case is more compact than its Voiture stablemate, yet at the same time indisputably Nezumi. The Corbeau 3, with its dark PVD treatment, makes the stylish a stride further from its common DNA, adding a practically strategic feel.
The coin-edge diver’s bezel on the Corbeau is a leftover from another Nezumi arrangement, the Baleine jumper , yet the cross section of the two dissimilar components functions admirably, making something a balance of rich and device watch functional.
Dial-wise, the Corbeau again shares a considerable measure of parts with past models, for this situation the sub-dials from the Voiture (same development, so no extraordinary shock here) and the handset from the Loews two-register chronograph . These fat, lume-filled needles are a superior fit in the more tough Corbeau than the practically dressy scene of the Loews, and have a shiny new principle dial to complement them. Striking, effectively neat Arabic numerals rule each of the three colorways, giving both initially clarity and a military earnestness to the procedures.
Inside the Corbeau is another natural component: Seiko’s brilliant VK63 mecha-quartz half breed development . It’s the most awesome aspect the two universes for a miniature brand chronograph; it has the vibe and clear of a mechanical development and the unwavering quality and cost of a quartz power plant.
Corbeau 1 Corbeau 2 Corbeau 3
Nezumi offers each of the three models of the Corbeau on a decision of three nylon lashes: dark, dim, and a profound tan Nezumi calls “burnt gold.” All three are adaptable alternatives, and with the Corbeau’s military/field-roused look a nylon mil-tie is a characteristic fit. All things considered, this would likewise be an incredible possibility for earthy colored cowhide or even a Bund.
The first arrangement of Corbeaus are required to transport this July, yet Nezumi is right now offering a pre-request cost of about $345 ($378 with VAT) to early purchasers. Nezumi