Giuliano Mazzuoli Cemento is the world’s first cement dial wristwatch
So far you might have come across many watches made from conventional material that appeals to the eye. But have you ever seen a wristwatch made from concrete? Giuliano Mazzuoli Cemento is a timepiece unique in its domain, and the Italian designer has crafted it with perfection. Apparently this is the world’s first wristwatch with a cement casing which is 45mm in diameter and 13.5mm thick. The horological timepiece has self-winding automatic movement with 28,800 beats per hour and a 40 hour power reserve.
Cemento is a black matte watch having an elevated three-dimensional metallic rectangular cuboid and a crown at 3 o’clock with black “o” ring. It comes in an anti-reflective convex sapphire crystal for a clear look. To match the exquisite dial, calf-skin leather strap perfectly complements the look. And it is not just a pretty wristwatch as it can be taken underwater to a depth of 50 meters courtesy its 5 atmospheres water resistance.
Giuliano Mazzuoli Cemento comes at a price tag of US $ 4,900 however its availability is still not clear. Overall the watch looks good and made to catch eyeballs.
Giuliano Mazzuoli said:
I am very happy with the result, and even this watch is a pure breed. The final result excites me more than the original idea.