MSTR Automatic Watches Are Powered by Your Movement
They say you can tell a lot about a person by their watch and I couldn’t agree more. While I seldom wear watches (because I always break them somehow), I’m envious of everyone with a wrist more stylish than their entire outfit. Watches don’t just tell time; they complete your look and are the single accessory that can tie an outfit together.
Introducing the MSTR Carbon Fiber Automatic Watch collection. Combining their stunning and timeless designed with advanced kinetic technology, these watches effortlessly pair with anything from a t-shirt to a tux.
MSTR (pronounced “Meister”), have released two models, the Noble and the Speedster, in response to the many fan requests over the past seven years. The two models reflect two different styles with the Noble complete with a simple yet elegant look and the Speedster having a race car-inspired design.
Both models are automatic watches which means they require no battery for the internal movement. Instead, the MSTR Automatic Watches rely on the motion of your body. They create and store kinetic energy right on your wrist. The internal gears are powered with each movement you make. This also allows the second hand to effortlessly glide around the watch face as opposed to standard ticking.
The Noble stands out for its simplicity but the beauty really is in the details. The intricately precision cut base and bezel are made of stainless steel and are fitted with hexagonal bolts. The carbon fiber face of the Noble Watch has an overlay with polished 3D indicators. The sapphire crystal glass protects it all and gives this stunning watch an elegant finish. Available in rose gold, champagne gold, silver, or black, the Noble has a 10 ATM water resistance rating and luminescent hands for visibility in the dark.
The Speedster, on the other hand (or wrist in this case), has an oversized design to complement the race car inspiration. The visible gears emulate those of an engine while a multi-piece bolt down case and bezel resemble an engine piston. It, too, has a 10 ATM water resistance rating and luminescent hands. Available in rose gold, silver, or black, the Speedster has a quick-release clasp and an additional 24-hour sub-dial clock.
Unsurprisingly, MSTR has knocked their crowdfunding goal out of the park with over $20k raised and counting. You have until November 19th to reserve the watch of your choice at the Early Bird Rate. The Noble, in rose gold or silver, costs $325 while the Speedster, in rose gold or silver, is $355. The other finishes cost just a little bit more. With an estimated shipping date of December 2016, this is the perfect holiday gift.
Which model is your favorite?