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Low Price Replica Angular Momentum Green Retro Stainless 1998


When art and observe demonstration intersect, it’s easy to go overboard with too much. This is why I’m pleased to observe that the AXIS/XXVII Time Spiral – Ref. 6270 from Angular Momentum. They’ve taken the spiral layout, and ingeniously incorporated it into the watch face. You’ll see this is no mere spiral painted onto a watch, however the real numbers and layout are incorporated into the plan, which remains perfectly legible as a watch.The design is reverse painted onto the sapphire crystal. This technique is often called eglomise, and has been well utilized by Angular Momentum for sometime on a number of watches. This view does something somewhat differently, since it utilizes black enamel on the inside of this thick 3mm crystal. The effect is a sleek yet quite crisp appearance that wont ever rub off, because it is used on the interior of the watch. Additionally, there’s a black enamel inset with all the “AM” (Angular Momentum) correspondence in the nicely sized crown of the watch.The case is made from two pieces of steel in a satin finish that nicely compliments the sheen of the dial and numbers from the tooth. The strap utilized is intriguing as the padded leather type is commonly found on watches that are more active, rather then art watches. I enjoy the contradiction here, because despite the very avant-garde look of the watch, it strives to become universal in wearability and appeal. Inside is automatic mechanical motion. No quartz here.The best part of the spiral look is that it gives you a different desire of looking at the the moment. I have always thought the vertigo look would be apt for a watch face, and Angular Momentum has exemplified that appearance. I’ve really love one of them for my collection.

  • I am man enough to admit it. This view is beautiful, gorgeous even perhaps. I keep finding myself consistently impressed with the arty watches coming from Angular Momentum, which are not only creative, but simple, thus maintaining my attention and interest. Rather than staring in the watches for a while to decide whether or not I enjoy them, I instantly know that I enjoy them, then gaze at them to determine why. I have to say however, that this Angular Momentum a part of its “Water Sports Watch” Collection, which is in fact a ridiculous name. I don’t think about watches at which I hear about water sports, as I am much more inclined to imagine women playing water polo or something like that. I’d love to see them put a little more marginal effort into the naming schemes behind the watches, at least for US audiences.You don’t see watches such as the Angular Momentum Illum Aqua very frequently. It’s quite tough to describe from a fashion perspective. You could say that this watch is the natural mix of watch making and black light poster production, or you might better connect the watch as product of Tron and Star Trek instrumentation with a night together. There is also an air of vintage diving bell water mining and mystique of Russian submarines. I do not know all that went to the design philosophy, but I enjoy it.The green and blue substances on the watch are a brand new luminant that guarantees 35 hours of luminous without being radioactive! Simply “charge” the luminant under light for 10 minutes approximately. They call the compound “Mail Lumineuse,” which unites a new type of lume material with tooth. The colors are “aqua blue” and “pale green.” I will certainly should find this particular watch in action to fully appreciate it. It’s assumed to have an almost spectral glow.

  • Out of those four new watches in this collection out of Swiss Angular Momentum I like the painting of this Kingfisher bird the best. The little man has a wonderful proud look and can be wonderfully left in comparative miniature on the book of the sapphire crystal. You do not get one of the Angular Momentum Artisan Collection Timepieces since you want the most recent wild looking timepiece. You get them since you’re an art lover and want to combine fine art with your need to tell the time on your wrist. As I continue to see more and more of these master painted watches in the Verre Èglomisé design that Angular Momentum does so well, I start to realize their location in the wrist watch world.They signify a more elegant luxury. Some of the individuals who purchase these watches may not ever even wear them – rather leaving them in a box for screen among other like bits. Whether you wear them only once in a while, or never at all, it is simple to appreciate the look and feel of these impressive little pieces of artwork. Using the Time Galley watch case with diamonds around the lugs and bezel, this latest round of artistic watches is know as the Crown Jewels of Nature collection. The name doesn’t create a who lot of sense, unless it refers to the whole animal collection. Not sure why three Cockatoos and a Kingfisher compose the “crown jewels of nature. “Each watch is a bit different in size and from approximately 40-41mm wide in 18k white gold. Within the watch is really a Swiss automatic movement together with the time being displayed on the disk through the window. As you can imagine, every watch performed with this level of campaign (how can you think it requires the artist to paint every dial? A long time) is exhausting, so the set is limited in production, though I’m not aware of precisely how many bits.

  • Angular Momentum makes a great deal of art watches and I find this one quite interesting. It is available in a large 49mm wide Damascus steel case. This is a distinctive type of brushed steel which, when polished, shows wonderful designs. This sort of Damascus steel has what is called a “Scandinavian Bluetongue” design. This isn’t only a design set on the metal, the design is a part of the metal. The singular case is sandwiched with two sapphire crystals, showcases boulle-style lugs, and is matched to a leather strap.Inside the opinion is a Swiss automatic mechanical movement. Nothing fancy, but Angular Momentum spent a lot of time adding perlage polish into the movement surfaces. Even though there is a bit of Cotes de Geneve on the automatic rotor, it feels, for the large part, nude. Overall the timepiece is intriguing. Not eager for everyday wear, but artistic and certainly statement.This Halloween I’d like to give you two creepy watches out of Angular Momentum. Creepy yes, but at a subtle “Swiss way.” The one that creeps me out most is that the “Little Devil” watch – with pictures of a maniacal looking baby laughing over hell fire. But let’s return to the “phenakistoscope” part of the name. Well this was part of early animation. You would take some form of cylinder or ring, and put images on it if seen at a quickly moving sequence, would appear to the eye to maneuver. Please note that unless this watch is functioning terribly wrong, the disk with all the successive images won’t move quickly enough for one to see the cartoon. Rather, it is a wrist watch style homage of those early forms of animated entertainment.The disk moves round the dial once each 12 hours – slowest animation ever! The watches are every 40mm wide in steel “time gallery” style Angular Momentum cases.

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    Brand Angular Momentum
    Chrono24-ID 2xtc04
    Year 1998
    Condition 1 (mint)
      With box
    Location Switzerland, Adliswil
    Price CHF 350 (= $367)
    Availability Available now

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