Wryst: Motorsports-inspired Swiss watch design

Rugged, affordable, high-fashion watches available in limited numbers.

Wryst is the only brand in the world to create exclusive luxury watches with a totally new, unique and futuristic style. Since 2012, Wryst delivers and provides stunning, affordable Swiss-made timepieces inspired by extreme sports and motorsports.

Any watch designed for outdoor daily use by adrenaline seekers should be ultra resistant to the elements, and complemented by perfect craftsmanship and overall quality. This is why Wryst philosophy is to combine unprecedentedlystrong materials and faultless assembly.

Limited-edition only

The brand only produces very limited-edition timepieces. For example, only 50 of the “2824” automatic watch will ever be produced, paying tribute to the tireless workhorse Swiss movement ETA 2824-2. The caseback is built with a challenging one-piece sculpted crystal that reveals the mechanical movement in four different windows, its design shaped like the asymmetrical Wryst logo.

Constructed for a durable lifetime experience, the black coating used for the “Airborne” and “Motors” collections is a groundbreaking diamond-like carbon material which is scratch-resistant and is used in Formula One race car engines and aerospace for its incredible hardness. The crystal is often exposed and tempered, so Wryst has opted for the growing-in-popularity “K1,” which is more scratch-proof than a regular mineral crystal and more shatter-proof than sapphire.

Wryst creates ultimate lifestyle sports watches offering what had never before been attempted. Fusioning watchmaking and motorsports/extreme sports, the timepieces are at the forefront of innovative fashion designs. 

Only for this end of year, the very last pieces of the Wryst Airborne collections are available, one of each only – investigate before it is too late.

For more information, log onto http://www.wryst-timepieces.com, or email for information at info@wryst-timepieces.com. Supplies, as we said, remain very limited.

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