Stephane Greco was a watch industry supplier but eventually moved on to making them himself. After selling privately for quite some time, he finally lifted the veil on what may be his first publicly available model, the Greco Hexagonal Nut Watch from his Les Temps Modernes collection. At first it could look like a huge gimmick, with the wrench hands and tire-track band but it caters perfectly to a niche of gear heads and engineers. The face is surrounded by a 13mm thick nut-style titanium case and even comes complete with a matching hex nut crown. Inside is a Swiss ETA 2892-2 automatic movement. Though it only offers 30 meters of water resistance, it features a sapphire crystal over the dial and caseback exhibition window. Take a closer look at the Greco Hexagonal Nut Watch below.
Via A Blog To Watch