Elegantsis x JSK Moto Automatic Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

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It’s no secret we’re fans of the custom motorcycle world. From cafe racers to scramblers to souped-up sport bikes each one expresses the workshop’s individuality and expertise in their craft. So when JSK Moto decided to team up with watchmaker elegantsis to develop and design an automatic watch that pays tribute to the custom motorcycle world, we were ecstatic to say the least.

Dubbed The JX65AS-JSK Series, this collection of aggressive timepieces pay tribute to a couple of JSK’s newest projects along with a couple of their signature works. In fact, upon a closer look, you’ll notice the resemblance to several common motorcycle components – from the rotor, brake disc, and suspension on the dial face to the throttle and fuel cap on the metallic crown. In addition, each watch in the series is powered by Sellita SW200-1 Swiss automatic movement, is housed in a 47.5 mm stainless steel case, boasts an AR coated Sapphire crystal glass, is waterproof to 100 meters and comes with an Italian vegetable tanned calfskin strap.

Purchase: $569+

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