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Ortomatic Watches

Fashion | December 4, 2020 |

Ortomatic Watches
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ORTOMATIC WATCHES
Italian Craftsmanship Meets Modern Design

Ortomatic Watches is a young, independent watch company based in Italy. The company intends to bring a fresh take on the watch industry, by combining Italian craftsmanship with modern design. The brand will launch a collection of watches starting in early 2021 and releasing one model every six months. Each model will be released as a limited edition of 500 pieces, with each piece individually numbered on the case. While each model will feature a distinctive design feature, all the models of the collection will be powered by an automatic movement, drawing energy from the movements of the hand.

Ortomatic Watches
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Valentino Rossi, founder of the company, explains: “In a space flooded by fashion watches, poorly designed pieces that will only last one season, we intend to create timepieces with visually striking designs, high technical value and intrinsic quality. We want to create objects that will give pleasure to their owners, for years. We want to offer this at an affordable price point.”

Ortomatic Watches‘ first model release, in early 2021, is a testament to this design philosophy: sophisticated and modern minimalism. This model offers an elegant fusion of form and function, art and engineering. Its refined simplicity suits perfectly both formal and casual occasions. A distinctive mechanism marks the date, with a colored marker that moves across the dial, so that every day the look of the watch will change. This watch will only be produced in 500 pieces, each one bearing its own unique number on the case. A choice of dials and straps (leather or rubber in a variety of colors) is available to fit different styles.

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Not all watches are born equal. Mechanical watches are the real thing when it comes to sophistication and appreciation for human ingenuity. Entirely powered by the movement of the hand, this watch features a transparent case-back to let the owner admire the inner workings of the mechanical movement. The watch uses a high-quality, reliable Miyota 9015 automatic movement.

Quality is in the small details. All materials and components have been carefully selected and assembled to create a visually stunning timepiece: high-grade steel case, superb case finish, unscratchable crystal, night-time luminescent hands, Italian leather or rubber strap, with quick change mechanism. The quality of this watch will guarantee years of enjoyment with very limited maintenance.

Reservations are now open for this Ortomatic Watches limited-edition model; deliveries in early 2021. Be one of the few to wear it!

more. www.ortomaticwatches.com

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Ortomatic Watches
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Ortomatic Watches
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