However, I would still like to talk a bit about my outer appearance and qualities. First and foremost: my face. Needless to say, I've had quite some work done. Made of black woven carbon fiber, my dial nicely constrasts with the silver chronograph sub-dials that remind me a bit of motorsports instruments.
My face is the result of countless hours of research, thoughtful designing and a complex production process involving heat and pressure to make the material as light and rigid as possible. Next, weaving machines transform the raw carbon fibers into textile structures, giving my face its characteristic “woven” look – a pattern also reflected in the embossed black calfskin strap with contrast stitching.
Speaking of material: did you know that car parts made of carbon fiber are the number one choice in auto racing? Why? Because carbon fiber provides the perfect weight to power ratio in a racing car. And that’s exactly what you need for quickly navigating corners. Moreover, car parts have to withstand constant beating and therefore are made of a super durable material. You see, there’s no way I can break that pretty face of mine.