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With great pleasure, I introduce to you my flagship Motorsport watch, the NÜR-SPEC. :-!

Pricing and ordering instructions will be announced in a separate thread in the coming week on my Official Watchuseek Forum at the following:

https://www.watchuseek.com/forumdisplay.php?f=308


Specs are as follows:

NÜR-SPEC

Inspired by the thrilling motorsport on one of the toughest and most demanding purpose built racetracks in the world. The venerable Nürburgring in Nürburg, Germany.
The Nür-Spec chronograph was designed with function and legibility as its key elements to meet the demands of the weekend warrior to the consummate professional.
This purposeful piece is complimented with a Swiss Made mechanical automatic movement housed in a tough and rugged case milled from a solid block of surgical grade stainless steel.
The case is set with a domed scratchproof sapphire crystal on top and a flat sapphire exhibition window on the case back to view the mechanical heartbeat within.
The matte black dial features highly legible markers and hands coated in Super Luminova C3 for ultimate legibility and exceptional luminescence in dark conditions.
For professionals and sportsmen who rely on timing their events, the relevant chronograph hands are lacquered in red to ensure optimum legibility.
Its functions include: hours, minutes, seconds, quick set Day and Date, 3-counter chronograph, (12 hour, 30 minute and 60 second counters).
The fixed stainless steel bezel features an engraved Tachymeter to compute speeds based on travel time for your chosen motor sport.
It’s crown and screw-down pushers are designed for easy use with driving gloves and are engineered to withstand a water resistance up to 300 meters / 30 atm when screwed down.
The Nür-Spec comes on a brushed stainless steel bracelet that is fastened via screw-locked bars, preventing any accidental loss of your prized instrument.
Bracelet features a micro-adjustable clasp with a quick extension feature to enable use over the sleeve of your clothing when timing your chosen event.
This handsome instrument is presented to you in a Pelican™ brand case with warranty card, instruction booklet, polishing cloth and a nylon Nato G10 strap

SPECIFICATIONS

Case
German Made. Surgical Grade Stainless Steel 316L.
Brushed and polished finishes.

Movement
ETA/Valjoux 7750, Swiss made mechanical automatic,
25 jewels, Incabloc integrated shock resistance system,
42 hours power reserve, 28,800 beats per hour,
hacking, signed rotor, Geneva stripes.

Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds, 3-counter chronograph
(12 hour, 30 minute, and 60 seconds).
Quick set Day and Date.

Dimensions
42.5 mm Diameter bezel end to bezel end
47 mm bezel end to crown end
53 mm lug end to lug end
22 mm lug width (width between lugs / strap width)
14 mm height overall

Crystal
Sapphire (scratch-proof), domed, anti-reflective coating (inside only)

Crown and Pushers
Screw-locked. Polished stainless steel

Bezel
Fixed, Engraved Tachymeter scale with printed black and red type,
circular brushed SS finish.

Case back
Stainless steel, brushed finish, screw locked, sapphire exhibition
window.

Bracelet
Stainless steel. Brushed finish. Solid end links. Micro-adjustable
flip lock clasp with an integrated extension feature.

Ratings
Water Resistant 300 meters (1000 ft with crown and
pushers screwed down); shock resistant; pressure-proof to 30 atmospheres.

 

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some more on a Nato strap...



 

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Very nice! I love the simple approach to the subdials!
 

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Looks great! Love the clear no nonsense dial. Seems the larger sub-dials make it very easy to read measured/elapsed time(s) under stressful conditions. The pics really look wonderful.
 

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Cheers. Thanks for the feedback guys.:-!
Ian Kremke
 

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Nice looking watch. Ugly rendition of a future race car, though.
 

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very nice chrono. my fav part is that some of the numbers on the scale are in red. great detail!

too bad im poor o|
 

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Nice looking watch. Ugly rendition of a future race car, though.
Have you seen the 2009 Formula One cars yet? The new regulations just made those look absolutely hideous. BOT, this is an attractive chrono, Ian. Good job on the lume and the pretty case back with tastefully engraved rotor as well.
 

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With the nato strap, looks beautiful. Really, for some reason I would put this one at the top of my list. Some times you look at a watch and don't think twice about it, but I happen to just love this one. Looks anyway...don't know how it wears or performs....beautiful piece though.
 
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