After four years of research, development and testing, Bernard Richards and his team at Bernard Richards Manufacture have unveiled an extraordinary looking timepiece — the BRM Records-TB (or
TB-10000 Tours as stated on the BRM web site).
The basic idea with the
Records TB watch is that when placed flat on your arm, the dial and hands are readily visible with no need to rotate your wrist (let go of the wheel, etc.). The watch features a titanium and carbon fibre case (measuring roughly 44mm x 25mm) that looks like a dashboard instrument — via Perpetuelle.com Watch Blog