London, December 23, 2021
British watch brand FORZO, which is inspired by the golden age of motorsport, has launched two exciting new models in its 2022 EnduraTimer range.
The name itself evokes the typical ethos of endurance racing where timing was of the essence, meaning that drivers and teams often wore chronographs to measure their speed against the clock.
The classic design of these new stainless steel sports watches recalls the timepieces of the 1960s that are still popular now, and the latest FORZO models feature the colour schemes that were prevalent during this thrilling era, combining vintage style with instant legibility.
The two new colours are a classic black and cream ‘panda’ dial – with three black subdials on a cream face – as well as a reverse panda, which is similar but with off-white subdials on a black face.
Featuring a Japanese mecha-quartz movement, the 40mm watch has perfect proportions with a date display as well, and a Swiss SuperLumiNova lume that makes it as easy to read in the dark as it is during the day. Other features include applied indices and a signed FORZO clasp, adding to the outstanding quality of this watch, backed by a two-year guarantee.
Although it’s a new brand, FORZO has already made its mark on the automotive world thanks to a collaboration with American supercar firm Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, which placed two cars in the top five overall at the epic Le Mans 24 Hours this year. A Glickenhaus edition to celebrate this success is also available in the FORZO range.
The EnduraTimer is not just for people who enjoy cars and motorsport, but for anyone who appreciates classic watchmaking with designs that stand the test of time. Suitable for any occasion, the EnduraTimer retails at £400 from the official website: www.forzowatches.com
Providing both quality and value within an elegant package, the EnduraTimer range is now available to order from today. Having benefitted from more than a year and a half of development and historical research, the FORZO EnduraTimer is set to become an accessible classic in the watch-collecting world, known for its period detail, unprecedented build quality, and enduring heritage.
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