Wristwatches, especially the digital watches have really become redundant since the advent of mobile phones. And since the outbreak of smartphones, watches are all about fashion more than functionality. Then be it the weirdness of Tokyoflash or the accuracy of the world’s first precision mechanical watch (pictured above), wristwatches have become the most complicated fashion accessories ever. The fully interactive EMC (Electro Mechanical Control) by URWERK is the first precision mechanical wristwatch in which users can monitor and adjust time to their lifestyle.
Usually change in temperature, position or a slight shock to the watch can affect the time regularity (isochronism) of the watch unfavorably, but thanks to the built-in artificial intelligence of the Electro Mechanical Control, the wristwatch can never go wrong. The fully-integrated mechanical wristwatch features a sapphire crystal glass dial fitted within titanium and steel body in Satin finish. It has a unique monitoring unit, which allows the user to receive precise timing rate on demand and then lets it to be used as accurate information to adjust precision of the EMC manually.
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