William Wood: Triumph Editions, But Not The Motorcycles

The latest watch from William Wood has real appeal for motorsports fans. Although the fire service theme continues with the `Break Glass’ caseback, the dial now features dashboard style clocks for the sub-second dials. Nice design, Sellita movement and a WW watch purhase can help the UK Firefighters charity too. Here’s the word;

Triumph Collection – our most prestigious watch yet. A fully stainless steel Swiss-Made Chronograph series equipped with a Swiss Sellita SW510 2-eye chronograph movement, push button stop watch and 6pm date window. Available in 3 outstanding colours; Heat Edition (Red), Oxygen Edition (Blue) and Fuel Edition (White), which together create the 3 elements needed to start a fire.

With sub dials that take inspiration from the dashboard gauges within a fire engine cockpit. Reminiscent of pressure pumps, the sub hands are finished in red, blue, or gold to match the main chronograph stopwatch hand in all colour variances, shaped in the style of a vintage fire bell chime.

The chronograph stopwatch and 30-minute sub dial are operated by the antique brass finished buttons located on the side of the case designed to match the crown which is forged from an original 1920’s British brass firefighters helmet.

We have created a one of kind custom caseback inspired by a fire alarm. With a look through viewing glass, custom red SW510 movement and sandwhich plate reading ‘In case of fire break glass’, this is one of our proudest inventions yet.

Each watch is engraved with a limited edition caseback engraving between 1 – 250 so that you know you are the owner of something special indeed. Plus, the Swiss-Made authenticity markings are etched into the caseback ring and printed on the dial located at 6pm.

It retails at £2495 and there’s more info at the WW website.

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