Why do watch companies always seem to use steel for watch cases? Well, there are gold or bronze of course, but the fact is, stainless steel is super durable for decades and fairly scratch resistant too.
But how about a watch made from aluminum, which is super light like titanium? Bulgari are all over it, with their Steve Aoki special edition which mixes those two lightweight materials.
Here’s the word and yes, they did that v instead of u thing;
Boldly going beyond trends and eras, Bvlgari Aluminium has redefined what a luxury sport watch can be. For this Limited Edition, the Roman Maison has teamed up with DJ and music producer Steve Aoki, featuring his special logo on the watch’s dial. Like a flash in the night, the timepiece asserts itself in the darkness with a glorious radiance serving as a reminder that light always triumphs over obscurity.
Made from completely unexpected materials, it speaks a universal language that approaches the watchmaking world with a refreshing and incredibly modern allure.
Bvlgari Aluminium Steve Aoki Limited Edition watch with mechanical manufacture movement with automatic winding, hours, minutes, seconds and date indications,
B77 calibre (3.60 mm thick), 42-hour power reserve and 28,800 VpH. movement.
40 mm aluminium and titanium case, black rubber bezel with BVLGARI BVLGARI engraving, white dial coated with green SLN and featuring a special Steve Aoki logo that glows in the dark, date opening and black rubber bracelet with aluminium inserts. Water-resistant up to 100 meters.
Price is £3,050 – more details here.