The primary watch to ever come out of the Stockholm based mostly design home Nezumi Studios was the Nezumi Voiture, a 24 hour chronograph impressed by the distinctive aesthetic of racing chronographs from the 1960’s and 1970’s. Nezumi Studios founder, David Campo Cardenes, a classic automobile fanatic himself, used this as inspiration for his first watch which might come within the type of a classic chronograph designed with automotive cues. Even the identify Voiture embodies the automotive spirit because it interprets to Automotive, from French to English. Since 2015, the Nezumi Voiture has maintained its kind and meca-quartz motion, however the latter adjustments at present because the Voiture will get a motor overhaul. Nezumi Studios celebrates its 10 12 months anniversary with the Voiture VM1S; the identical design that we’ve come to understand with a mechanical motion.
The Nezumi Voiture VM1S is available in three completely different colour methods that are much like these discovered inside the VQ2 assortment which Zach Weiss reviewed again in 2016. With the Voiture VM1S, you’ve gotten your selection between a cream dial with matching sub registers at three and 9, and a black sub register at six, a black dial with the identical options however reversed, and a blue dial with cream sub registers throughout. The main spotlight for the VM1S is that it now sports activities the Sellita SW510 Mb handbook wound motion. A cam operated chronograph with no date and geared up with a 58 energy reserve, the Sellita SW510 Mb is the proper match for the Voiture VM1S with out sacrificing the unique design and case building.