Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance Adds 30 Percent More Accuracy to Watch

 |  December 5th, 2016

Recently, at an exclusive event in NYC, Armin Strom unveiled its latest creation, the Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance, which we recently introduced to you here. Now, we bring you even more information about this unusual watch – not the least of which is the fact that in-house tests on the resonance complication in this timepiece demonstrate that the resonance adds an additional 30 percent accuracy. To truly understand the horological innovation, we have to first understand the resonance complication and its significance to the watch community. For starters, due to its complexity, the resonance is a rarely featured complication with only a hand full of appearances in clocks and only once, prior to Armin’s release, in a wristwatch.  The idea for…

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Armin Strom Unveils Technically Advanced Caliber with Mirrored Force Resonance

 |  November 9th, 2016

In a bold move, Armin Strom unveils its most complicated movement to date – and one that impacts the world of watchmaking.  After several years of research and development, the brand has released the patented Caliber ARF 15 with Mirrored Force Resonance technology. Unveiled at Salon QP in London recently and making its debut in an 18-karat gold Fire case,  the new  in-house movement offers stabilization of the going rate, conservation of energy and more. To understand the watch, a little lesson in resonance may help. Essentially, resonance is a phenomenon of physics that states that two oscillating bodies in close proximity influence each other and eventually synchronize. This is the concept Armin Strom embraces in its new Mirrored Force Resonance caliber. The movement features  dual regulators developed for…

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Fast Focus: Meet the Armin Strom Gravity Sailing Watch

 |  August 29th, 2016

With summer still in full swing, there is no better time to indulge in a great water watch, especially when that watch is the Special Edition Armin Strom Gravity Sailing piece. Created in honor of the Armin Strom Sailing Team’s success in the 2016 Great Cup 32 Series, the watch’s micro rotor is visible from the dial side of the watch, as are wheels and gears of the movement. The first piece in the 32-piece line went to the Team’s Skipper, Flavio Marazzi. The Limited Edition Gravity Sailing watch features a striking black and orange dial and strap to recall the catamaran and its sail. The watch is powered by the Manufacture-made Armin Strom Caliber AMR13. The automatic watch offers…

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Hands On with the New Armin Strom Max Chilton Edition Edge Double Barrel Watch, and Meet Max Chilton

 |  June 14th, 2016

It was an exciting weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, where the Firestone 600 Verizon IndyCar Series’ was supposed to take place. Not only were there dozens of cars and drivers set to race wheel to wheel on the mile and a half banks, but also Armin Strom was in full throttle to role out its newest timepiece, created in cooperation with brand ambassador and racecar driver Max Chilton, who had design input into the new Max Chilton Edge Double Barrel Limited Edition watch. While thunderstorms, pelting rain and fierce lightning put a damper on the races and caused a postponement of the Firestone 600 until August, Armin Strom went full speed ahead with the unveiling of the new line. Not…

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Up Close with the Armin Strom Edge Double Barrel Unveiled at Baselworld 2016

 |  April 25th, 2016

At this year’s Basel world Armin Strom unveiled its latest release, the Armin Strom Double Barrel Edge. With a PVD black case, larger size and bold skeletonization, the latest release will lure watch buyers looking for a bold and evocative statement on their wrists. The main story with the Edge Double Barrel is its striking visual cues. Powered by the Armin Strom caliber Arm16, the movement features a number of geometric patterns and angular components. The dial of the watch features spider shaped crown wheels, large Arabic numerals and a 60-second register with power reserve indicator at the 9 o’clock position. The power indicator is extremely useful as the manually wound watch offers a hefty 8 days of power reserve…

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