Brew Retromatic

When it comes to watchmaking, you've got your companies that typically pull their inspiration from racing, aviation, and the military but Brew is one that is influenced by something else entirely: espresso. The company's new Retromatic watch is inspired by the circular drain-gates and vents seen in bespoke espresso machines. These details are wrapped in a 36mm, 1960s-style case and is powered by an automatic from Seiko that has a 41-hour power reserve or a Selitta SW200 with a 38-hour power reserve. It also comes fitted to the brand's first ever metal bracelet, which is crafted from 316L stainless steel with a brushed finish. 


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