On a recent trip to Palma de Mallorca with Armin Strom, I learned just how exciting and addictive foiling a racing catamaran is as well as why sponsoring a sailing team makes financial and marketing sense for the right type of high-end watch brand.
International design awards abound, but the Red Dot is inarguably the most important and widely recognized of them all. Some of the 2017 winners of the Red Dot Design Prize have won in this category before, including Armin Strom, Nomos Glashütte, Braun, and Maurice Lacroix. Read on to find out which eleven watches won this year’s competition.
Here we share the watches that the Quill & Pad team has designed on the Armin Strom Configurator and the reasons behind our choices. The results are sometimes surprising and always entertaining!
Please join our traditional Quill & Pad round table discussion on Baselworld 2017, where we discuss what we did and didn’t like at at the world’s largest annual watch exhibition.
Resonance. Few know what it is. Even fewer have ever made a resonant watch.
However, even if you are not acquainted with the subject of resonance, the stunning visuals of Armin Strom’s latest wristwatch will certainly have you sitting up and taking notice. They sure did for us.
Armin Strom is perhaps the most underrated Swiss watch brand active today. But this year the Edge Double Barrel does it for the Biel-based brand by making a bold, successfully contemporary statement at a time in modern horological history when the only thing shrinking faster than case diameters are consumers’ disposable incomes.
Armin Strom has announced that it is the official watch partner of the transcontinental, pop-culture Gumball 3000 rally and has created three watches for its new Gumball 3000 collection: the Manual Gumball 3000, the Double Barrel Gumball 3000, and the Tourbillon Gumball 3000.
You may be familiar with the old Christmas diddy “The Twelve Days Of Christmas.” Let me sing you the final verse of this song, including what my true love gave to me on the twelfth and final day, in horological terms…
It was the Friday morning training session before the 2014 Hockenheim Formula 1 Grand Prix race and we were on our way to watch from a most privileged position: the box. Or, as it’s called by the Anglo-Italo Marussia F1 team, “the garage.” Armin Strom has been sponsoring the Marussia team for three years and had invited me for a look behind the scenes.