THE CAMBER WATCH STORY
Camber Watches are all about fine watch making and vintage motorsport. Our first chapter was dedicated to one of the oldest form of motorsports; Hillclimbing. The second chapter is all about the Monaco grand prix!
And we will continue the Camberwatch story, at this moment we are busy creating our third chapter.
Hey guys, just wanted to check in and say that although i initially bought my camber to be worn occasionally in tandem with my other watches and probably for nicer occasions since its so nice and detailed, I've gotta say that I've now had my watch for a little over a month now and i have worn it every. single. day. It's absolutely beautiful and i cant get it off my wrist! Thanks for making such a great time piece!!
Received my watch 2/12/16 in Ohio, U.S. This is a great watch! I wasn't sure how much I'd like the rose gold but it looks fantastic. The buckles and loops being rose gold is an awesome touch. I've tried all 3 straps and they are all very nice (nato seems to be my favorite).
Just wanted to post a postive review for a great campaign to balance the negative ones I just had to give out to others.
I pledged for 3 watches, one of each. I have loved them so far. I have them all configured different. The silver with Nato strap as a daily, the black with tire strap, and the rose gold with the leather strap. They are all 45mm. My only regret was not getting one in 42mm just for more variety.
Hillclimbing is one of the oldest forms of Motorsport. It is a branch of Motorsport in which drivers compete against time to complete an uphill course and is therefore a battle against time. As the drivers climb toward the summit, the thin air slows reflexes and reduces muscle strength. The thin air also robs engines of to 30% of their power. Competitors and vehicles must be in top shape simply to finish…let alone win!
Circuit de Monaco is a real classic, starting for the first time in 1929. It's a street circuit (or city circuit) of about 3.3kms long. The circuit is very narrow, making it difficult to pass other drivers. Or as Nelson Piquet once put it "It's like riding a bicycle around your living room". Nevertheless, it's a challenge that almost all drivers love, asking the most of their personal driving skills!