the simplicity of the minimalist NU:RO analog watch is as impressive as it is mesmerizing. its two dials, with hours at the top and minutes at the bottom, rotate to show the time in the middle inside the hourglass. even at a quick glance, the twin movement constantly works to ensure complete clarity within the clean design.
all images courtesy of NU:RO
designed by new york-based anton & irene design studio, the unique horology of the NU:RO timepiece is housed behind a sapphire crystal glass. its white watch-face dramatically contrasts with the black stainless steel case, which weighs 58g and measures 40mm in diameter and 9.5mm in thickness. placed at both 12 and six o’clock, the two brass base dials with white enamel coating can be configured by the similarly positioned crowns on the exterior of the case.
said to be limited to just 500 editions, the limited edition NU:RO watch is available in a choice of three different, 20mm width bands. these include black leather, white leather or a stainless steel mesh.
designers: anton & irene
measurements: 40mm in diameter and 9.5mm in thickness
band options: black leather, white leather and a stainless steel mesh
water resistance: 5ATM
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