Gravithin Introduces New Cosmic-Inspired Focuscope Watches

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Founded in Italy in 2017, Gravithin manufactures creative watches inspired by ancient musical instruments at affordable prices, with a focus on quality and unique design. The Gravithin Focuscope series is a new addition to the company’s lineup, reinterpreting the internal structure of Galileo Galilei’s telescope into his five overlapping levels on the dial.

The new Gravithin Focuscope watch is available in three colorways: Cosmo Red, Cosmo Blue, and Cosmo Silver. The first two include a 316L stainless steel case with a gunmetal PVD coating, while the latter has a sandblasted finish while preserving the natural color of the metal. The case is 40mm in diameter and 11.2mm thick, with half-hidden lugs, resulting in a modest 37.2mm between the lugs. The case is water resistant to 100 meters or 330 feet. The grooves on the side of the case not only provide a decorative detail, but also serve to reflect the layers of the dial.

The cosmic theme of this watch is further emphasized by the use of the Muonionarsta meteorite in the center of the dial, hour, minute and second hands. Next to it is a sandblasted ring with four poles separated by his quadruple letters of Roman numerals. This is followed by a color ring (red, blue, or silver), then a chapter ring with hour indices, and finally an aluminum ring with milled minutes/seconds dots on its outer periphery. Interestingly, the hour scale is not part of the dial structure, but is actually six layers of Super-LumiNova BGW9 painted directly onto the underside of the flat sapphire crystal. Luminous paint in the same blue tone coats the hour and minute hands. The dial also includes a slim, straight red seconds hand decorated with a moontip counterweight. Overall, the multi-layered face of the Focusscope watch is dynamic, creative, and most importantly, very attractive, regardless of the specific colorway.

Adding to the style of the watch are the two included bands. The first is a bandoleer bracelet that matches the color and finish of the case and has a butterfly clasp. The second is a full-grain Italian black leather strap with a quick-release system that makes changing the band a breeze. The semi-concealed lugs create a seamless transition between the case and the strap, enhancing the overall aesthetic of the Focusscope timepiece trio.

Gravithin has chosen to use the ultra-thin (3.9 mm) and highly reliable Miyoata 9039 automatic movement to power the Focusscope watch. These proven automatic movements offer a 42-hour power reserve and an accuracy rating of -10/+30 seconds per day. It is also equipped with a parashock system, 24 gems, and hacking seconds. Focuscope watches have sapphire case backs that allow you to see the movement inside.

Pre-orders for the new Gravithin Focuscope will begin on January 16, 2024, and the watches are expected to ship in June. Prices for pre-order packages valid for 48 hours only are: $425 Comes with bandoleer bracelet and leather strap. The watch will then be sold at the following prices: 600 dollars. Learn more about. brand website.

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