Pictured is the Axis Pure Steel, photographed at SalonQP last weekend. This watch very much conforms to Pinion’s principle of ‘Minimal / Complexity’. The initial appearance of the watch is one of simplicity and minimalism, which helps to enhance legibility and the function of timekeeping, however seen at differing angles on the wrist, the complexity of …
The watch crown is used to manually adjust the time and date in mechanical timepieces and ever since the inception of Pinion in early 2013, we have strived to produce the finest crown possible that could be used across our entire collection.
We debuted our first Bronze watch at SalonQP last year. This year we will be returning with our third, The AXIS pure, which is driven by the handwound Unitas 6498 movement.
The first shot of the AXIS PURE case. 316L Stainless Steel, polished to the extreme. Our new PINION winding crown, featuring the ® trademarked Pinion gear wheel.
Available this Autumn, the Pinion Axis Pure is a limited production handwound watch that will only be made in a run of 100 watches (50 steel, 50 bronze). Central to the watch, is the dial which we’ve designed to be simple and highly legible. Behind this simplicity though is a complex set of parts, materials and engineering techniques which we’ve employed to create a miniature work of art.
This new Pinion will feature a Swiss handwound movement, it will be available in bronze and steel cases and will be produced in a limited production run of only 100 pieces, shipping Autumn 2014.