Cool watches made on a mill

The guys over at Mistrua designs make some incredible watches using a router / milling machine.  The body of the watch is made out of wood and the leather band is cut and sewn.

This time piece is called Ferro.

"Monikered as the "Leonardo Da Vinci" of timepieces, the Ferro collection capitalizes on an unequivocal alture of confidence and prominence. From the boardroom to the marina, it's striking rectangular geometric classic design fits the ever-changing needs of your lifestyle. Enchanting Arts and Crafts confour with oversized straps that come in a plethora of colours."


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