Florentine designer Giuliano Mazzuoli is based in Italy’s Chianti hills and draws inspiration for his designs from commonplace objects – he previously designed a pen inspired by a coffee pot.
For his new watch the Trasmissione Meccanica he has drawn inspiration from the world of motorsport.
The dial of the Trasmissione Meccanica imitates the look of a clutch while the red hands remind you of a speedometer . The case has the appearance of a gear and further motorsport design references are apparent with the crown resembling an engines spline shaft.
The Trasmissione Meccanica has a power reserve of 42 hours and features hours, minutes and seconds and is powered by an ETA 2824/2
Retailing for 3’800 € the Trasmissione Meccanica is available in three different versions, the TMB05, TMB06 and TMB07
For further information, visit www.giulianomazzuoli.it
Case: Steel; diameter 43 mm
Finish: brushed natural, brushed gunmetal
Movement: automatic, ETA 2824/2
Dial: in three levels composed of 21 elements
Crown: screw-in crown
Functions: hours, minutes, and seconds
Crystal: convex sapphire crystal antirifl ective
Strap: in calf-skin leather or in rubber
Water Resistance: 5 atmospheres (165 feet / 50 meters)
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