Epos Collection Emotion 2008
The new Epos 'Collection Emotion' brings a breath of fresh air. As well as two automatic models, it includes three chronographs,
a full-date version and a fascinating regulator. Here is a feast that will delight lovers of mechanical watches, gathering together all the diverse expertise
of Epos in a single collection.
These seven models incorporate all the main features that established the reputation of the original 'Collection Emotion' and their
subsequent technological improvements.
All of the models are supplied with with a non-scratch sapphire crystal, a stainless steel or yellow gold plated case with a diameter of 41 mm
and a leather or stainless steel bracelet. The dials are impressive with their fine guilloche work and applied Roman numerals.
The 3390, 3390sk and 3391 models are also available in a lady's version. A see-through back reveals the perfection of the mechanical movement.
Lovingly crafted in the best traditions of Swiss haute horlogerie, every watch is an individual masterpiece.
Epos Collection Sportive 2008
The EPOS 'Collection Sportive' has been extended with the arrival of the 3389, a model that is available in three versions,
reflecting the characteristic design of the highly successful Chronograph 3388 launched in 2007.
This avant-garde watch epitomises not only pure power, luxury and good taste but also strength and durability.
The self-winding ETA 2824 mechanical movement comes in three versions, the 3389sk being particularly fascinating with the skeleton
movement visible from the front through the open dial.
These watches are supplied with a high quality stainless steel or rubber bracelet. The muscular 43 mm diameter case is PVD coated
and has a sapphire crystal with screw-down bezel and carbon dial, as well as a see-through back revealing the movement.
The overall impression is of a powerful luxury sports watch.