Looking to the future of design after spending 2013 celebrating 30 years of innovation, Swatch introduces the SISTEM51 – the world’s first mechanical movement built entirely from an automated assembly line. Just as the brand’s first quartz watch, this Swiss-made timepiece incorporates 51 components that took over two years to develop and perfect. All 51 parts are held in place by a single screw and can be seen through its clear backing, whilst its dotted dial is a nod to the Copernican revolution and a metaphor for the SISTEM51’s advancement in watch-making. Additional details include a comfortable silicone band, a 42mm hermetically-sealed plastic casing, and a 90-hour power reserve. Learn more about the availability of Swatch’s SISTEM51 here.
- Gear Patrol