April 17, 2010

Anonimo Millemetri Polluce Drass Review

Anonimo Millemetri Polluce Drass Watch Review

  The Anonimo Millemetri Polluce Drass (Model 2003) is rich in appearance and striking in design. The rich case appearance comes from the Ox-Pro blackening treatment, followed by successive sandblasting cycles to improve resistance to real world wear (Drass). It has a dark bronze like appearance and is unique to Anonimo watches. The dial has the classic Anonimo logo, note that the brand name is not actually on the dial. Keeping with the concept of anonymous, Anonimo in Italian means “anonymous”. Though, the new watches released at Basel 2010 have “Anonimo” printed inside the logo. There is a HEV (helium expulsion valve) at the 2:30 position, the date and oversized screw down crown are located at the 4 0‘clock position. 
  The dial is protected by domed sapphire crystal on a 42 mm case. The watch is available on Anonimo’s patented Kodiak strap. The Kodiak strap is leather that has been treated to withstand water or salt water for long periods of time and not affect the strap. Most leather straps would be ruined after being submerged into salt water for hours, another unique feature the brand has to offer. The Millemetri Polluce Drass is powered by an automatic Anonimo 01.0 off of a Sellita SW200 or ETA 2824-2, that has been adjusted 4 positions. Anonimo makes a top quality watch that will not disappoint.

Pros - Ox-Pro, Kodiak strap (one of the best in the industry), unique brand design

Consideration - The dial looks a little busy

Case: Ox-Pro
Case Diameter: 42 mm
Strap: Kodiak/Rubber 
Lug Width: 22 mm 
Crystal: Sapphire
Power Reserve: 40hrs
Movement: Auto
Water Resistance: 1200m


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