Swiss watch makers Xemex, established in 1996, have unveiled their latest timepiece which has a different flavour to their more upmarket previous work. Their Concept One Chronograph watch was created by Swiss watch designer Ruedi Külling, who had previously won the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award for 2008. Külling’s stainless-steel 47 x 43 mm timepiece, enhanced by a yellow luminescent dial, demonstrates exuberant asymmetrical architecture on the right-hand side, featuring red and black chronograph push-pieces and the crown.
Besides its bright appearance, in addition to telling the hours, minutes, and seconds, the Concept One Chronograph watch provides the date, chronograph, and tachometer functions equipped with Swiss-made quartz. It also incorporates a steel bezel with a tachometer scale, a sapphire crystal, and a screw-down case back, and goes together with a black rubber strap with a steel snapping clasp.
Other specs for the timepiece include hour, minute, and seconds counters at 6, 9, and 3 o’clock respectively, a date window found at 4 o’clock, and water resistance for up to 50 meters. The dial, in addition to its yellow colour, is also available in white or black.
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