Ollech & Wajs Updates Its Watches With a New Unique Steel Bracelet

Each link is individually machined and brushed.

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After just being relaunched recently, Swiss watchmaker Ollech & Wajs has updated its roster of timepieces with a newly-designed ‘beads of rice’ steel bracelet, elevating its tool watch aesthetic.

Inspired by some of the brand’s very own bracelet designs back in the ’60s — such as the Caribbean 1000 — the new band is constructed of a series of links each of which are individually machined from a solid block of 316L stainless steel. Each steel link is then carefully brushed, assembled, and screwed by hand with the utmost care and precision. According to O&W, this painstaking process prevents the bracelet from the usual stretching common among its pressed counterparts. With divers in mind, the steel bracelet is finished with a double lock deployant clasp for both ease of use and extra security.

The new Ollech & Wajs stainless steel bracelets are now available and come with most watches offered by the Swiss brand. Head over to its website for a look at their collection now.

In other watch-related news, Garmin has released a $10,000 USD “MARQ” watch set.

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