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America's number one watch magazine feature Wryst Luxury Sports Watches
Swiss watch brand Wryst Timepieces
Wryst, the unconventional, Swiss luxury sports-watch brand based in the U.K., has launched two exclusive and spectacular collections. All are priced under £720 (about $1,200). These contemporary, youthful and stylish timepieces are expertly designed and come with amazing functions.
Inspirational watch design
Inspired by the automotive industry, the limited-edition Motors MS1 & Motors MS2 watches are very impressive, and in sync with core values of the Wryst brand. Specifically, the red chronograph pusher at 1 o’clock draws attention and adds appeal. This element breaks the monotony of the monochromatic case and adds considerable impact.
Strong and resistant Swiss sports watches
Improved for a durable, lifetime experience, the black coating on the Motors’ cases is a groundbreaking “Diamond-Like Carbon” material, which is scratch-resistant and used in Formula 1 racecar engines and in aerospace applications for its incredible hardness (nearly as hard as diamond). The watches are outfitted with an exclusive bi-color strap which required months of development; no strap similar to it, nor as complicated to manufacture, has ever been produced in the watch industry.
Luxury Gold Plated Watches
The other new collection, Shoreline, is more glamorous and dedicated to individualist gentlemen and ladies with class, discernment, and charisma. Developed and manufactured in the Swiss watchmaking tradition, these Wryst watches redefine elegance and refinement with their luxurious yellow gold, rose gold, and brushed stainless steel cases and playful white and black color schemes. You can wear them for your favorite water sports, winter sports, and other outdoor activities, as well as for a VIP night out.
Overall, this interesting brand is providing some of the most unique fine luxury timekeepers available in a highly competitive market. The Airborne collection, introduced in 2013, is now sold-out and discontinued. With both the Shoreline and Motors models each produced in exclusive limited editions of only 99 pieces, we expect that these new sports watches will not be available for very long.