Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Divided By Zero – Mathematically fashionable!

Today we highlight an interesting micro watch brand: Divided By Zero (DBZ). Established by John Houston and Claude Vincent in 2014, the Divided By Zero watch brand offers affordable wrist watches inspired from the world of science and mathematics.
Divided by Zero is a project of minimalist wristwatches with a touch of vintage. Main idea of the concept is mathematically approved design and every little piece of watch construction and its outlook was thoroughly picked and researched not only from designer point of view but also with a scientific approach.
Dial of the watch and its details, case construction and measurements, strap: every part of the Divided by Zero watch is a reflection of hard work and represents mathematically approved design. Model names commemorate historical persons of science: Johannes Kepler, Plato, Carl Gauss and Euclid.
Boasting a unisex appeal, Divided by Zero watch is made of 316L stainless steel. Kepler and Gauss models are covered with durable PVD black coating. The Divided by Zero watch houses reliable and accurate Miyota 2305 Japanese quartz movement.
Leather NATO-straps are made of high-quality calf skin. Special comfortable construction of lugs provides easy access to strap and quick change of it. Package is made of environmental-friendly recycled materials.
The brand has recently launched a crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter to enable the backers to pre-order the timepieces. Price starts from USD 75.
Please visit the following link for more info on Divided by Zero Kickstarter Campaign:-
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/divided-o/dbz-watch


Technical details
Case Material: 316L Stainless Steel
Case Diameter: 43 mm
Case Thickness: 7.5 mm
Face Diameter: 35 mm
Band Material: Genuine Leather
Band Max/Min Length: 20.5cm/15.5cm
Band Width: 20 mm
Total Weight: 45g
Buckle: 316L Stainless Steel
Glass: Crystal Mineral Glass
Movement: Miyota 2035 (Japan)
Water Resistant: 5 ATM / 50 Meters

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