The Habring Erwin LAB01 is unquestionably one of the most beautiful and dynamic watches to come along in years. It incorporates a classic style that draws your eye to it immediately and it makes you want to find out more about it. When you first look at this watch, it looks like something from a bygone era and it speaks of quality. If you really want a watch that is capable of performing flawlessly for years and years and you're interested in having one with a vintage appearance, you don't need to wait any longer because the watch you have been searching for is here.
It all starts with a bold design on the face of the watch and the robust stainless steel case that surrounds it. This watch is clearly well made but that's just a small part of it. It's also made with class in mind and it has plenty of it. When you look at the face of the watch, you're looking at a dark, deep blue color that almost radiates energy back to you. It's capped off by numbers and tick marks that are gold in color, standing out against the darker background. It's a perfect mixture of boldness and an ability to get your attention without looking ostentatious. Instead, it carries a certain weight about it, one that comes with a classic look but it doesn't look overdone. This is very difficult to achieve these goals without creating something that it's so over-the-top that it's just too much. The watchmaker did an excellent job here because this watch incorporates the perfect balance of all the qualities that truly matter without having too much of any one thing.
Its classic styling is married to a vintage light tan leather strap that is the perfect compliment to the case and the dial, creating a beautiful vintage appearance that you just don't see that much these days. There are a lot of watchmakers that attempt to create something that looks like a vintage watch but typically, they fall short. It's actually pretty rare that you see somebody that manages to accomplish something that truly appears vintage without appearing worn and tired. One of the best things about this particular watch is that it has that perfect vintage style but it also has a way of announcing its presence in all the best possible ways.
Of course, the watch has three hands finished in gold and it even has the seconds ticked off in a special outer dial that runs along the very edge of the face. This is a watch that is capable of running with precision movement for years upon years. It's a perfect fit for the businessman or for the individual that wants something special that is just a little bit different. It's usually hard to find a timepiece that's capable of being worn in a number of different circles but in this particular case, it seems easy. If you're interested in having a high-quality watch that looks the part without making you feel like everyone is staring at you because of it, then this is the watch to own.
People know when they purchase a watch made by this company that they're getting something that is of exceptional quality, there is no doubt about that. In this particular case, the looks match the quality in every respect. With a design that's inspire by a number of different vintage designs and perfectly brought together into a brand new product that has managed to come into its own, the watchmaker has created something that is difficult to create in this day and age. It isn't that easy to make a new watch that generates excitement within the community. That's why so many watchmakers are resorting to creating timepieces that scarcely even look like a watch at all, as it's all in their quest to create something new. Here, you have exactly that but you still have the class that goes with it, something that people will be proud to wear for years. When you purchase this watch, you know that you're getting something that you can wear for decades to come. You also know that you're getting something that's going to be capable of looking just as good years down the road as it did the day you bought it. It really is something that is truly unique.
Written by Garrett Parker
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