Autodromo Monoposto Chronograph Watch

Inspired by an era of racing where the driver had to rely on his knowledge of his car as much as his gauges, the Autodromo Monoposto Chronograph Watch presents its information in a simple, elegant manner. The watch was first launched in 2012 and quickly sold out, and is returning as the company's first automatic chronograph. It's powered by a Seiko movement, with sapphire crystal on the front and rear, a 43mm stainless steel case, and a leather strap that's handmade in the USA. It comes in three colorways — black, silver, and Azzurro blue — and is limited to 500 pieces, total.

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