Unimatic has doubled down on its use of titanium dropping three new lightweight sports watches.
The Italian minimalist brand only debuted its first titanium watch back in September, but there’s no denying that the material’s gunmetal tone when sandblasted complements its more colorful designs.
With titanium offering a 45% weight advantage over stainless steel, the Modello Uno U1S-T-MP and Modello Due U2S-T-MP weigh just 62g and 58g respectively.
These two pieces pair Blu Notte dials and TPU straps with silver indices and white Super-LumiNova BGW09 glowing blue.
The watches are topped off with double-domed anti-reflective sapphire crystals and are water resistant to 1,000ft. Inside is a 4Hz Sellita SW200-1 automatic with 38-hour power reserve.
Both references are offered as limited runs of 500 pieces and are individually numbered via Unimatic, priced €1,180 Euros ($1,178 USD) and €900 Euros ($899 USD) respectively.
The third titanium drop from the brand – the 100-piece Modello Uno ref. U1S-TGMT – takes its place as Unimatic’s new flagship watch, boasting grade 2 titanium and an ETA 2893 Top Grade Elaborè – finely decorated – GMT movement.
Unimatic color-matches the titanium furniture with a grey TPU strap and provides contrast using a black dial and bezel ring engraved with a 24-hour scale. The sole pop of color comes from an orange GMT arrow hand reminiscent of Rolex’s Explorer II 1655 GMT.
Water resistant to 1,000ft, the U1S-TGMT is available now via Unimatic and Hodinkee, priced €1,950 Euros ($1,949 USD).
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