Azimuth and Robin Williams: Revving Up and On the Rise

Emerging Asian labels was the main highlight in the 14 September 2018 “Life” section of The Straits Times, Singapore’s main English newspaper. Coincidentally, we had the Azimuth Gran Turismo on hand and for us, it made for an interesting and apt photo composition with the headlines of the the article, “Asian labels on the rise”. Founded in 2003, Azimuth’s timepieces … More

Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster: Fly me to the Moon

Video: TimeWerke Videos on YouTube Lamborghini’s Aventador S Roadster is the only mid-rear V12 engine super sports roadster. Its 6.5-litre V12 engine has 740 horsepower with 690 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The Aventador S Roadster sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds and has the top speed of 350 km/h. The Aventador S Roadster can “fly … More

Azimuth Twin Turbo: Recharged and Supercharged!

In the 2013 computer-animated movie Turbo, garden snail Theo gets into a freak accident and is transformed into a super-fast gastropod that is able to compete in the Indianapolis race and win. Who would have thought up such a plot? Well, Turbo director David Soren did, hence Theo’s quote: “No dream is too big and no dreamer is too small.” … More

Azimuth’s SP-1 Crazy Rider: How it works

Azimuth’s SP-1 Crazy Rider features an innovative chain transmission system that is not only aesthetical but functional. The chain transmission drives the hour and minute hands. The minute hand is found on the right and it is fixed onto the wheel. It completes one rotation every hour and the minutes are read off the conventional way. The shorter hour hand … More

Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider: Crazily Creative

While there are some who describe Azimuth’s SP-1 Crazy Rider as a “crazy” watch, it is a classification the brand duly acknowledges as it is named the “Crazy Rider”. For us, it is what we would rather term a highly creative timepiece. The SP-1 Crazy Rider is a high visual impact watch – one look and you’d know that it … More

Azimuth: Jade-d?

It is relatively easy for watch collectors to suffer from “dial fatigue” especially when visually “dulled” by models that seem to undergo only slight modifications to their dials year after year. Well, for “jaded” souls, how about a full jade dial? That is exactly what Azimuth will be launching in July 2013. The entire dial is cut and produced by … More