SINGAPORE – Italian watch brand Scuderia Ferrari timepieces are inspired by the motorsport. From the detailing to materials to colours used in the designs, they are reminiscent of the racing team.
Its latest Fall/Winter 2019 Collection is not only for the car lovers and racing enthusiasts, as it also includes stylish timepieces that will make the ladies and even kids do a double take.
For the Speedracer model, perforations on the leather straps are inspired by classic driving gloves, and the red contrast on the push buttons and dial markers are reminiscent of the distinctive red detailing found on the cockpit buttons and gauges of the revered cars from Maranello. Dials are available in black, white, blue and red tones that embody Scuderia Ferrari’s signature colourway.
The multi-function dial found in the Pilota model, is inspired by Ferrari race car rev counters. The Pilota, which means “driver” in Italian, is offered with a ribbed silicon strap or perforated leather strap. You can take it from day to night, just by changing out the strap.
In tribute to the racing team, the Race Day model features checkered flag-inspired dials. The distinctively textured silicone strap is influenced by the tread on rain tires.
The Apex Pair set is the perfect father and son gift to share the spirit and passion of the racing team. Inspired by a race car’s monocoque, the Apex’s dial features a honeycomb texture that complements the hard lines of the silicone strap – reminiscent of the dramatic lines found on the air intakes on Scuderia Ferrari racing cars. Plus, it is a steal – at only $259 for a set of two watches.
Models are water resistant up to 50 meters and each design sports the Scuderia Ferrari logo with a prancing horse.
Scuderia Ferrari watches are exclusively sold at Aptimos Stores located in Chinatown Point, Lucky Plaza, Waterway Point, and Jewel.
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