Your wrist isn’t flat; it’s got a noticeable curve, so why is every single watch on the market designed with a flat face? For years, watchmakers have stuck to the traditional form of the timepiece, not believing it was possible to design watches in a better way. Now, the engineers at CJR Watches are preparing to defy convention and unveil the first ever watch ergonomically designed to fit the wrist–the AIRSPEED.
The AIRSPEED from CJR has a slightly rounded case that better fits the contours of a real wrist. Not only does this make the watch more comfortable, but it also makes it much easier to read by diminishing glare. Inspired by instrument control panels found on automobiles and aircraft, the timepiece has a unique design with separate dials for the hours, minutes and seconds.
Key features of the watch include:
- Japanese automatic movement
- Durable stainless steel case
- Italian leather strap
- Custom made stainless steel buckle
- Water resistance at depths of up to 30 meters
- Quick release strap design option
- Generously sized 43-millimeter by 14.8-millimeter case
- Choice of strap and face colors
CJR Watches have brought their new AIRSPEED watch to the market through a Kickstarter campaign. The campaign was launched today, so head over to Kickstarter and get one of these unique watches at a special price, the Early Bird offer is only $ 329.