The moment you look at the Autodromo Stradale watch you quickly realize that you are looking at a timepiece that draws serious inspiration from dashboard instruments. In the case of the Stradale, its multi-layered dial is pulling its inspiration from Italian sports berlinettas of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Per Huckberry, here’s what else the the Autodromo Stradale features:
Beneath the domed sapphire crystal, the hour indexes are applied to a transparent glass ring, which floats over the colored dial below for a 3-dimensional effect. The custom designed leather strap makes reference to the luxurious interiors of the time. This timepiece is powered by a 24 jewel Japan-Made automatic movement, beautifully finished and displayed behind a sapphire exhibition caseback. As with all of Autodromo watches, the Stradale arrives in beautifully conceived packaging evoking the idea of a road trip in Northern Italy circa 1960, complete with vintage-inspired map hand stamped with your purchase date.
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