Some time prior, I experienced a few handouts from Dunhill. brought up the Wheel watch. An intriguing development of ‘hiding’ the crown. The case configuration is enlivened by old engines and it is molded like the suggestive metal ‘spinners’ frequently used to connect wire wheels to period sports vehicles. The crown is covered up by the motor turned bezel. This frameworks astutely shields the crown from thumps. The monolug framework looks great and accentuates the case’s ‘spinners’ design.
The watch presented above is the Wheels watch ‘Petrolhead’ model. 42mm case measurement and a programmed development (ETA 2824-2 + Dubois-Depraz module for power hold) with date and force save highlight. Just 1500 units accessible. The caseback has this English bulldog with hustling cap & goggles engraved.
According to the Armband Uhren 2006 yearly list this watch records for 2645 Euro.
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