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Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Watch With New Dial Colors

Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Watch With New Dial Colors Watch Releases

Every once in a while, you encounter a watch that really showcases a true degree of genuine inspiration behind its design. It’s a refreshing experience and something we recognize from other Giuliano Mazzuoli watches. Whether it’s a sporty tachometer or a complex transmission system that ignites his imagination, Giuliano Mazzuoli has proven to master the craft of channeling automotive elements into watch design. One of the brand’s most charming releases is the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro watch which draws its inspiration from manometers used to measure tire pressure. Now, Giuliano Mazzuoli is offering the watch in two new dial colors to further complement the variety found within this specific line of watches.

There’s just something undeniably special that connects the worlds of watches and anything racing-inspired – even though not every meeting of the two is successful. It’s a combination that speaks to many petrolheads and watch geeks because it offers so much possibility in terms of design potential. At its core, that’s exactly the kind of broad appeal the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro wants to offer to anyone interested in high-performance design, and it does so with subtlety and careful execution.

Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Watch With New Dial Colors Watch Releases

The case is designed in Giuliano Mazzuoli’s usual cylindrical style, boasts 50m of water resistance, and features 316/L stainless steel construction. At 45.2mm in diameter and 14.8mm in height, it will be sure to command considerable wrist presence that’s only further accentuated by the vibrant dial colors you have to choose from. While these dimensions might scare some people off, the lugless design will make the watch wearable on a variety of wrist sizes. Anyone that likes a clean dial will appreciate the minimalistic approach the brand took with the dial design. You get everything you need, three lines of text, and the company’s sun emblem just under 12 o’clock. A convex, anti-reflective sapphire crystal tucked just beneath the bezel ties it all together.

Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Watch With New Dial Colors Watch Releases

Another signature element is the placement of the rather large crown. At 2 o’clock, it supports a comfortable experience and can potentially eliminate instances of the crown digging into your wrist. It’s quirky, but something that some wearers will certainly appreciate. Besides the functional philosophy behind its unconventional placement and its prominent size, the crown serves as an ornate reminder that this watch is inspired by something completely separate from the typical watch design world. And if that weren’t enough to make this watch pop, the subtle red accents highlighted by the 12 o’clock marker and the seconds hand will surely set it all off visually with each and every glance – as well as making the green-dial one appropriately tricolore for the Italian watch designer.

Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Watch With New Dial Colors Watch Releases

Like the tried-and-true pressure gauge sitting in your glove compartment, the ETA 2824/2 automatic movement powering the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro is reliable and doesn’t need to be fancy. The omission of a date display further supports the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro’s clean design while the movement itself offers steady three-hand timekeeping. With the news these days of economic woes for the Swiss watch industry, it’s both refreshing and exciting to see a watch like the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro stay the course with a confident and satisfying design, and keep it simple with the familiar 2824 movement.

Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Watch With New Dial Colors Watch Releases

With such a variety of design elements, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro is sure to resonate with collectors drawn to the automotive and instrument themes. Aside from the new versions in green and blue dial configurations, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro in steel also comes in previously available dial colors such as black and cream. Attached is a handcrafted natural Florentine leather strap featuring a stainless steel buckle. Price for the Giuliano Mazzouli Manometro is US$3,500. giulianomazzuoli.it

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  • ??????

    I’m not supposed to like it because I hate the over abused watch-car car-watch trend and because it charges x10 times the watch should cost. But! Surprisingly, I like it. I really do: this kind of motor-inspiration doesn’t sound too abusive for me, even subtle. The color scheme is fresh and pleasant to look at, while the dial itself is clean and uncluttered as in many other “car” watches. The handset is on a smaller side, but still looks okay. The case is big, but since it is lugless, I think it’d sit just fine. I believe it may be a pleasant watch to wear, but a bit reckless at full MSRP.

  • Shawn Lavigne

    never cared for these. awkward looking. way too pricey.

  • word-merchant

    Like the tried-and-true pressure gauge sitting in your glove
    compartment, the ETA 2824/2 automatic movement powering the Giuliano
    Mazzuoli Manometro is reliable and doesn’t need to be fancy

    Oh God, really? This is preposterous.

    If I did have a tried-and-true pressure gauge sitting my glove
    compartment (and who needs to nowadays?), it sure as hell wouldn’t cost US$3,600.

  • Lincolnshire Poacher

    Even at half price grey market prices, this is expensive. The dials look nice, but the case is too much of a high sided tin can. The hands are on the small side, makes it look like a quartz.

  • Raymond Wilkie
    • Gokart Mozart

      The box is nice.

  • Jason

    Nice, but this is maybe a $600 watch

    • IanE

      My thoughts exactly!

      • word-merchant

        Mine too, but I would’ve omitted the “Nice, but” from the sentence.

  • Bill W

    Lugless. Just add a small seconds and SuperStrapper’ll have a mild stroke. 🙂

    • SuperStrapper

      You be nice.

      • Bill W

        I can’t stand lugless either.

    • Gokart Mozart

      Speaking of stroke, is the massively big crown to make up for the owner only being able to make little strokes.

  • Marius

    It’s very hard to tell what is more ridiculous: this article or the watch.

    “…the ETA 2824/2 automatic movement powering the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro is reliable and doesn’t need to be fancy.”

    Why doesn’t the movement need to be “fancy?” If I’m reading correctly, this watch costs $3,600, so it’s not exactly some $200 Kickstarter watch. In fact, the recently presented Tissot costs under $1,000 and looks much better plus has a more attractive movement.

    ” With the news these days of economic woes for the Swiss watch industry, it’s both refreshing and exciting to see a watch like the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro stay the course with a confident and satisfying design, and keep it simple with the familiar 2824 movement.”

    I’m sorry, but I don’t understand the logic behind this argument. The Swiss watch industry has problems because most brands sell hugely overpriced watches that are of a modest quality and which are equipped with cheap & pedestrian movements. How is this watch any different?

  • Ulysses31

    I realise it isn’t a dive watch but i’ve seen watches with this cylindrical bulky design do more than two thousand metres. Fifty is very poor at this price. I do like the gauge style – always have – but I don’t think they’re offering enough value. Now, if they’d base a design on a U-boat depth gauge, and if it had an alarm, and if that alarm bellowed “Not yet, kameraden” whenever it went off, i’d pay the asking price without hesitation.

    • The Victorious Boogur T. Wang

      LOL…and if pigs had wings….

    • Lincolnshire Poacher

      Chuckle.

  • DanW94

    Unique design, befuddling price….

  • Doesn’t have to be this thick/tall nor this expensive. The “MANOMETRO” text being curved seems out of place since the rest of the text is straight.

    • The Victorious Boogur T. Wang

      Agree completely. I like this watch. Its’ clean design and color splash is refreshing and distinctive – it has personality.
      But, its’ too large height-wise and comes off as being bulky on the wrist. The curved text looks like it was added as an after-thought; remove it completely to carry the theme and it reinforces the clean design.
      And, of course it’s about 1.5K (or more?) too expensive.

      • Even at half the price ($1800 USD) is reasonable but not a great bargain. At $1200 – $1500 it would be priced right IMO.

      • Sheez Gagoo

        …hands to short!

    • Lincolnshire Poacher

      Do you think they’re trying for a subconscious smiley face look to the dial, with the up-curving writing. Its sometimes said watches are like faces, especially the Ten to Two time look.

      • Yeah, it does have goofy smile to it – which is why I rarely like curved text like this.

        • Bill W

          Like Tudor with “self-winding”…that always bugged me.

          • Yep, some Tudor watches have it curved (which looks goofy) while others do not.

  • SuperStrapper

    Lugless wris lump appearance aside, why wouldn’t they choose appropriately sized hands? Truly bizarre. Or, keep these hands and make the watch 42mm.

    • I think some Italians have a thing for small watch hands — check out Ennebi as well.

  • Sheez Gagoo

    I`ve ranted so much about mediocre/bad kickstarter watches. I`ve recognized, it`s just a waste of time. I have a girlfriend, a mostly satisfying live and a bad watch doesn`t deserve any comment, because it`s not worth the depreciation of my keyboard. Like Marius mentioned, Swiss watch industry is in it`s worst crisis since 1975. And as I mentioned many times, I`m Swiss, I`m a watchmaker and believe me when I tell you this crisis affects my life and my career. I still have a job but the future looks sad. But I can`t blame any customer not buying Swiss watches, when they are f*****g ripped of almost any time they buy one. Let the free market decide. However it decides it will be a GOOD THING. Nobody cares, what a guy with an ape profile picture says. But they will probably (really just probably!) care, what the market says. And what the market says should be clear.

  • Jerry Mathers

    Do I like it as a timepiece? No. As a fancy schmancy tire pressure gauge I can use on my 15 year old Volvo? Absolutely. But not for that price.

    • Jonas Ritter

      I think his goal is certainly not reaching the masses but reaching a small group of people who are interested in a more adventurous and extravagant watch design.

  • Shinytoys

    I like the watch, the motor, and the clean dial with the offset crown. I think we overshot the price by a lot, unless there’s something I’m missing here. As I was reading the short article, I figured the piece would be sub $1500.00….WRONG ! How exactly does Mr. Mazzouli plan on marketing his watch against some heavy hitting completion in that price range. Does he know something that I don’t, or maybe his following is “just that strong”! Good luck fella’s…

  • Questwatch

    Who pays full price anyway ?? msrp hahahaahah 35% off minimum on the web ,so us 2200, – easy. It s a nice watch, original, and the premium is cause its Italian design. Precious.
    You cheapies stay with kickstarter `inspired by` crap, leave us folks with good taste to the real stuff.

  • Bill W

    So this one is made of steel and not a curling stone.

  • Astronuts

    Nice watch for old men.

  • IG

    Designed by Giuliano in Firenze Assembled in Switzerland

  • Jonas Ritter

    Very interesting concept of building a watch. Every other company tries to make the watch thinner and Giuliano is really just focusing on a great design and nice proportions. In my eyes a very nice watch for not only older men.