The Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider Watch Inspired by Motorcycle Engines

Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider Watch
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Just as you may have never heard of a brand like Switzerland's Azimuth before, we're also pretty certain you've never seen a timepiece anything like this new release. Dubbed the Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider Watch, this small indie brand is dead-set on producing interesting, out-of-the-box designs and this model inspired by the United States' winding highways and the motorcyclists - like those from the cult classic Easy Rider - more than hits the mark. Designed to look like the engine of a motorcycle with a loop-shaped case and a chain-driven dial, there's more than just form here: that chain actually drives the hour and minute display (with some help from unexposed pinions and the ETA movement seen through the clear caseback). Measuring up at 55mm wide and available with either black PVD or brown PVD casing, the Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider watch can be yours now directly via their online shop.

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