Accutron just announced DNA Casino series, drawing inspiration from the lights and spirit of Las Vegas. This new line features four distinct colors – green, blue, orange, and red – each reflecting the electric glow of a neon-lit city skyline.

Accutron DNA Casino – Limited Edition

In a nod to both tradition and innovation, these watches are a limited edition series, with only 100 pieces available in each color. They blend the classic Accutron open-face design, a tribute to their rich history, with cutting-edge technology. At the heart of these timepieces is a revolutionary electrostatic energy movement. This advanced system incorporates a motor and turbine, ingeniously designed to generate power. This innovation is not just about functionality; it also adds to the aesthetic appeal by enabling the second hand to move in a smoothly gliding motion.

Each watch is encased in a 45.1mm stainless steel body with a sleek grey finish, complemented by silver-grey accents on the outer hour/minute ring. The open-work dial, available in the four mentioned vibrant colors, is paired with silver-tone hands, making for an eye-catching contrast. Adding to the allure, the case back features a stamped Accutron logo and a turbine design, reinforcing the brand’s commitment to precision and style.

Accutron DNA Casino – Price

Each watch comes with a rubber strap, equipped with a double-press deployant closure. In a thoughtful touch, the crown color matches the dial, creating a cohesive and stylish look.

The pieces are at $3,500 and will ship in December.

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John Biggs: I live in Brooklyn, NY and write about technology, security, gadgets, gear, wristwatches, and the Internet. After spending four years as an IT programmer, I switched gears and became a full-time journalist. My work has appeared in the New York Times, Laptop, PC Upgrade, Gizmodo, Men’s Health, InSync, Popular Science, and I’ve written a book called Marie Antoinette’s Watch about the most famous and mysterious watch ever made. I am the former East Coast Editor of

ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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