We’ve written about Devon before. In fact, we even wore and reviewed one of the brand’s first timepieces here. Now we take a look at three great pieces from this American timepiece manufacturer. These watches feature patented movement technology, a system of Time Belts and more – making them radically bold and different for a watch made in America. They are made in California with American aerospace engineers involved. The Devon Tread 1 was inspired by the industrial revolution’s conveyor belts. The Tread 1 Steampunk is a special rendition of the Tread 1. It is offered in a limited edition of 150 pieces in bronze body armor (a complex system of parts and rivets in bronze). The Tread 2 is more of a hybrid of mechanical moving parts and a lithium battery that packs extra energy rather than a mainspring. That makes this watch much more affordable. Each of these collections is a bold rendition that will have you –and others – constantly looking at your watch. Shown here together are the Tread 2 Murder ($9,950), the Tread 1 Steampunk ($25,000) and the Tread 1A ($17,500).
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Carl F. Bucherer
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