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Built with the spirit of the German watchmaking industry, Aristo is now one of the well-known manufacturers for its delicate craftsmanship and impressive German-made timepieces. The brand was founded by a watchmaker named Julius Epple in Pforzheim, southwestern Germany in 1907.
Aristo watch brand has gone through a long journey from being a small company into a brand that is positioned as one of the globally renowned watch brands. Among many challenges to the current state, Aristo's decision to focus on producing sophisticated editions in limited editions is considered the highlight.
It brings exclusivity to the watch while Aristo can also deliver handcrafted timepieces with impressive performances. Famous words by Aristo's managing director Hansjörg Vollmer is a good representation that said, “Quality comes before quantity”.
Every watches produced by Aristo is made of high-quality materials and built-in meticulous workmanship to give exclusive results.
A bold and sturdy-looking timepiece, Sports collections is one of the most popular ones in Aristo's collection. The company specifically uses carbon as the main material to provide comfortability and durability. Besides, carbon is known worthy to be used in automatic construction. Using this high-tech material, Aristo offers impressive watches for its aficionados.
As the name implies, classic is almost synonymous with being simple yet elegant. The classic collection becomes a favorite for its crisp and clean dial with a fresh dial background. Combined with big hour markers and hands, it gives perfect readability for time-telling.
This collection is much inspired by the Bauhaus model that pursues "Form follows function". Following this main principle, the watch appears with an aesthetic beauty that elevates someone's style once it is worn.
Introduced as a limited collection, the day-date appears as the main feature of this edition. A total of 50 timepieces are equipped with a high-quality automatic watch with Day-Date exclusively for enthusiasts. At the heart of the watch is the ETA 2836 which runs at 28,800 A/h.
The Pforzheim is introduced to pay tribute to the art of watchmaking in Pforzheim and, thus, is available in a limited edition. The watch is powered by the Pforzheim calibre PUW 1561 and Durowe 7410, 2.
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