The Armin Strom Regulator Earth features an engraved movement, retrograde date display, off-center minute-regulator, as well as hour and small seconds counters, all housed in a black PVD brushed titanium case. The Earth model promises more astonishing surprises with the other three watches in the series, Water, Air, and Fire, with each model reflecting a natural element through its design and color

The case measures 43.60 mm in diameter, has sapphire crystals front and back, and is water-resistant to 50 meters. A hand-wound caliber ASR07 movement with the retrograde module, 24 rubies, 46-hour power reserve drives hours, minutes, seconds, and a retrograde date.

Armin Strom Regulator Earth

The regulator dial layout features a minute regulator display, off-center retrograde date, hours display via subdial at 8 o’clock, and small second at 6 o’clock. Comes on a brown or black hornback alligator with black PVD titanium safety-clasp.

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