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Zinvo Brings A Jet Turbine To The Wrist With The Blade Titan


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When it comes to evoking a sense of speed, power, and technical innovation, few machines can match a turbine engine. The spinning blades and incredible force of these powerplants have captured imaginations for years, and now Los Angeles-based Zinvo has brought this evocative energy to watchmaking with its newest model. With a novel spinning turbine seconds hand and unique mystery dial inspired construction paired to a clean and masculine modern case design, the Zinvo Blade Titan makes a bold statement in any situation.

The unique style of the Zinvo Blade Titan begins with a 44m titanium case. With its strong cylindrical main case and wide, aggressively sloped attached lugs, it’s a bold, eye-catching form that demands attention even at a distance. On closer inspection, however, the impressive level of refinement to this case begins to show through. The majority of the case is coated with a tough, lustrous olive green plating, providing both protection and style. The central case band takes this concept even further, introducing stacked rings of green and black plated elements for a futuristic, military-inspired feel. The case also boasts 50 meters of water resistance.

While the case of the Zinvo Blade Titan is undoubtedly striking, the dial is undoubtedly this watch’s centerpiece. Of course, the dial design is dominated by its sharp rotating turbine blades, taking the place of a traditional second hand. In addition to its dramatic angular from, each blade of this spinning central turbine is edged with a brilliant white stripe of Super-LumiNova for a mesmerizing view in event the darkest conditions. The rest of the dial is pared back but sculptural, accentuating the central turbine with a ridged angular minutes track and clean, minimal cutouts at each hour. The hours and minutes hands follow the classic mystery dial format, with a floating triangle and rectangle providing an intriguing and dynamic way to indicate the time.

Zinvo equips the Blade Titan with a tried and true Seiko NH35 automatic movement. With a reliable 41 hour power reserve, 21,600 bph beat rate, and durable shock resistant construction, the NH35 is a solid and efficient performer.

The Zinvo Blade Titan completes its stylish look with an ultramodern vented silicone rubber strap. With a two tone black and olive color scheme that complements the dial perfectly, this strap is as handsome as it is comfortable.

With the Blade Titan, Zinvo has created a truly one of a kind design that combines advanced materials with aggressive, turbine engine inspired touches for a watch that demands attention on any wrist. The Zinvo Blade Titan is available now online for an MSRP of $499. For more information, please visit the brand’s website.

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