Digital / Quartz movement - Steel
BMW - Men’s wristwatch
Mint condition and unworn in tin case
Cabinet - metal
Strap - leather
Strap - length: 21 cm
Clock diameter: 40 mm
Clock thickness: 8 mm
BMW Williams F1 watch
Signs of wear
This watch is made for BMW and commemorates the beginning of their collaboration with the Williams F1 team in 2000. BMW was one of the prominent players until the 1980s, however 1989 marked the end of the turbo compressor era. In 2000, they returned to the Williams team. The Williams team is probably best-known for their partnership with Renault in the early 1990s, when they won the World Championship. Unfortunately, the partnership wasn’t as successful as they had hoped so it ended in 2005.
The watch is an LCD model with a red display that is slightly skewed. The LCD screen is a motif of two lines, that normally shows day and date at the top and the time (in 6 numerals) below it. A typical sports watch in terms of modes, with the chronograph watch, timer, alarm and dual time options. When the modes are changed, a line of text is shown at the top with a description of the particular mode before showing the mode itself.
The design of the watch is unusual, I can’t decide if it resembles a helmet or perhaps the nose of a F1 car (or a combination of both). Thick and rubber-like strap with a wave pattern along the front. Typical information on the back, fully stainless steel 5 ATM water resistant.
Strap length: 20 cm
Clock diameter: 40 mm
Watch thickness: 12 mm
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|Member since:||November 17, 2014|
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