SPORTY CRONOGRAFO AZURE
MADE IN ITALY
2 years international warranty
Japanese Miyota 6S20 – 32,768Hz
Out of Order Watches, a watch brand proudly made in Veneto is taking us around the world once again with the new Sporty Chronograph. Like the Chronos which of Greek mythology who expresses the concept of time as a being which "devours all the things that he himself generates.”
Time slips away without us realizing and while it comes to us at no cost, we often underestimate its importance, spending it all by accumulating experiences with gluttony at the expense of quality.
The proposal with a light blue sunray-style dial is accompanied by an ultra-soft strap in vegetable tanned suede leather with black cowhide lining and 316L steel buckle.
The strap, dyed in exactly the same color as the dial and with contrasting stitching to recall its details, makes the Sporty Chronograph more elegant, almost transforming it into an unusual and impactful dress-style watch.
The light blue version was designed for the fashionistas, those never-banal dandies who are unafraid of courageous outfits because they understand that fashion is made and not copied.
Precisely as a reminder of the chronograph’s sporting origins, the caseback, in addition to bearing the OOO® logo and the main technical specifications, features the imprint of a tire in acid reverse.
For the Sporty Chronograph, with a 1000-based tachymeter scale, Out of Order Watches opted for a 40-mm case diameter suitable for men and women alike, the latter increasingly attracted to wearing sports watches. The dial, protected by sapphire-coated K1 flat glass, features applied indexes, brushed hands with SuperLuminova® insert, double-print logo and date display on a white background positioned between 4 and 5 o’clock.
Presented in three color variants, the Sporty isn’t content to simply be a sports watch but, for those who will wear it, it’s also a reminder on the importance of time and the possibility.
Thanks to its chronograph function which allows it to measure a precise interval of time, almost as if you might want to stop, save and relive it.
Who doesn’t want to be able to do that?
You might want to take a closer look.