The Pinion Atom is a little behind schedule, but with just the dial to finish, it shouldn’t be long now until the watches are assembled and shipped to the customers who have pre-ordered it.
The Atom is the first Pinion watch that features a robust Japanese mechanical movement ( Miyota 9015).
The stainless steel case of the Atom has a matt blasted finish, while the engraved case back has a circular brushed effect – just like the original Pinion Axis watch from 2013 and features the Pinion Atom motif along with an individual engraved serial number.
Pinion opts typically for a different winding crown on the watches, with polished effect to compliment the hands, however for the Atom its matched the matt appearance of the case to create a seamless appearance.
The Atom will come packaged in a beautiful handmade tan leather watch roll. The watch roll allows the customer to transport their Pinion Atom with ease and also accommodates another three watches, making it a practical travel companion.
Central to the watch, the dial references the graphic style that Pinion has designed in the previous watches, ensuring a design continuity across the entire Pinion range.
The Atom dial, with its gillouched machining for the central area. ( The dials shown in the photos also show the base dial in its raw brass form).
The Atom inherits all of the design and production qualities seen in the previous collection of watches and is assembled in England, but priced at £790 (£658.33 ex.VAT) signals it as the new entry-point to the Pinion family.
For more information and to reserve the watch, visit the Pinion Atom page.