by: Leff Amsterdam
The extruded ring used in the tube clock asked for a more prominent role and so the idea for a tube watch arose. As opposed to the tube clock, where the aesthetics were a result of the concept, the tube watch used the extruded ring as a starting point for the design. The precisely cut ring and the high quality materials give this watch its refined, yet tough and industrial character. Both watch models, one with a leather strap and one with a steel band, show a different interpretation of the iconic watch face.
|contents packaging||tube watch | D38 steel with black leather strap, instruction manual, warranty|
|designer||piet hein eek|
|dimensions||Ø 38mm case, thickness:10,6mm|
|case||D-Line case with pressed bezel and screwed down case back|
|material and finish||316L stainless steel, lightly brushed IP brass finish|
|dial||radial brushed stainless steel|
|movement||japanese Miyota 2035 – 3 hand|
|strap||22mm – 120/80mm black leather strap with solid stainless steel buckle closure|
|crown||push/pull crown with diamond cut teeth|
|water resistance||5ATM / 50 meter|
|year of release||2015|
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