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Armin Strom Tribute 1

Armin Strom pays tribute to its history of manually-wound dress watches with a new classic, the Tribute 1. Balancing classic and modern watchmaking, the watch features a 38mm case in stainless steel with an off-center dial and a solid white gold bridge that takes 12 hours to complete. Powering the watch is the manually-wound, 135-component Caliber AMW21, which has a power reserve of 100 hours. The watch also features a grey Alcantara calf leather strap with a double-fold clasp in stainless steel. 

CHF 13,900 (approx. $15,050),

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