Buy Cheap Replica CT Scuderia Scrambler Rose Gold IP Stainless Steel replica watch Review CS70102
Brand: CT Scuderia Watches
Quality: Japanese AAA
Case: Rose Gold or Black IP Stainless Steel
Dial Color: Black Enamel with Details in Lumi White
Case Thickness: 12.5 mm
Online Chepest Richard Mille RM 015 watches CT Scuderia is an Italian brand making affordable, motocross-inspired timepieces. At Baselworld 2013 it presented its first mechanical watches, including several chronographs.All the ContaTempo Scuderia (CT Scuderia for short) timepieces have the same 46 mm case with four lugs attached by screws, and the crown at 12 o’clock – a look inspired by sporting stopwatches. Fitted with sapphire crystals, the cases are water resistant to 100 m, while the case backs are black PVD coated with lacquered segments in the colours of the Italian flag.
Initially available only as quartz timepieces, the new line of watches from ContaTempo Scuderia all have automatic movements. Two models are available, a time-only automatic as well as a self-winding chronograph. Various case and dial combinations are available.The time-only models retail for between US$1395 to US$1495, while the chronographs start at US$2995 up to US$3195. The bullhead-style case design was immediately attractive the first time I saw it. Now that they have mechanical movements, these are much more appealing timepieces.
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The CT Scuderia watch is a perfect match for the world of elite sport racing. Designed by Enrico Margaritelli, the CT Scuderia brings to life, the visions and ideas procured on the dash board of visionary designer.The so-called “bullhead” chronograph – with crown and pushers at the top of the watch rather than on the side – is a type that very few watches even attempt to pull off today, with some notable exceptions – Omega makes one as an extension of its main Speedmaster line – but Contatempo (CT) Scuderia, a brand of auto-racing inspired chronographs founded by third-generation Italian watchmaker and motorbike racing enthusiast Enrico Margaritelli, has embraced the style, applying it across its nearly its entire range, which is composed of models with both mechanical and quartz movements.
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The price is right, too: $3,295 for a distinctively designed chronograph with a Swiss-made automatic movement is eminently reasonable. CT Scuderia even offers a two-year international warranty. The CT Scuderia brand is certainly not for watch lovers who lean toward a more understated, subtle look, but for those who are swayed by its classical road-racing charms it successfully occupies that rare aesthetic sweet spot between avant-garde and deeply traditional.
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The broad, shiny-black enamel dial has a classical tricompax design, with a 12-hour chronograph counter at 3 o’clock, small seconds at 6 o’clock, and 30-minute chrono counter at 9 o’clock. Sweeping over the dial are vintage-style syringe-shaped hour and minute hands and a thin, somewhat leaf-shaped seconds hand that bulges slightly in the middle. The subdial hands are compact versions of the larger ones; all the hands and the hour numerals have an attractive white lacquered look. Interestingly, the numerals chosen for these markers are five-minute increments of 1 through 60, rather than the more common 1 through 12; it’s a sign that this timepiece was designed primarily as a race-timing stopwatch rather than a simple timekeeper, which is actually rather cool. The stark white hands and numerals, white printed minute track, and white-bordered subdials on the black dial make for a very legible reading of both time and chronograph readouts; reading the time at a glance is quite intuitive, even without the traditional 1 through 12 numerals.