Mr Roboto: World’s First Vintage Tin Robot Concept Watch

The purpose of timepieces is to make you walk with time but this one-of-its-kind creation of elite watches from Azimuth’s hallmark creation from the Mecha 1 BMF Collection tends you make you loose the track of time. Dubbed as robot timepiece, this vintage tin robot concept watch is an invitation for all watch-lovers and geeks, to ink a neat deal. Azimuth’s Mr Roboto is being honored as the world’s first vintage tin robot concept from 1950s. This capricious creation is must have accessory for any collector. The structure and pattern of Mr Roboto was inspired by the Lantern Robot of 1950s. But at the same time the design coordinates well with the user-friendly functionality.

All enthusiasts from vintage tin robot era can try their hands or rather wrists by experiencing the magic of Mr Roboto. Come Basel show and this timepiece is going to break heads by displaying its perfect blend of inventive design and user-friendly functions. Its visual look symbolizes the absolute resurgence of vintage tin robotic spaceman. The left eye’ reflects the hour, right indicates GMT, the nose region joint with the mouth region records seconds and retrograde minutes placements respectively. Powered by tailored ETA 2836-2 movement, the vigorous case is bogus out of hardy steel chunks with a warm touch of beveled edges at the edges of the watch. It is expected to hit the market in September 2008 and would be available at a price of $4,800. If this fails to convince you then try your hands on Maurice Lacroix Starside watches, bejeweled concord C1 Chronograph, Astrodea Celestial Watches, 1969-prototype-camera-watch and last but worth checking out Chopard’s $25 mn, world’s most expensive watch.

P.S.: It is water resistant to 50 meters, so don’t forget to try its potential when you go for swimming next time.

Via TimeZone
Mr Roboto watch

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