Ferragamo Watch: With watches, it can be easy to lose sight of the fact that they’re really functional pieces of jewelry. Yes, they are miniature machines, and they’re tools, to be sure. But they’re also something we strap onto our wrists just like any other bracelet, and go about our day. If you’re looking for something that leans a bit more into that jewelry side of things, then the Ferragamo Curve might be what you’re looking for.
Ferragamo Watch: Ferragamo Curve
Interestingly, for being called the Ferragamo Curve, the case itself – with is an elongated oval – doesn’t actually have a curve to it’s caseback. That might help it hug the wrist a bit more, but then again, this is a fairly compact piece, so fitment shouldn’t be an issue. Especially once you consider that the strap is way longer than any you’ve likely encountered, given that it’s intended to wrap around a wrist twice, giving you the wrap bracelet look.
Ferragamo Curve: Strap
In terms of the overall look, it’s a slender piece that certainly looks a lot like a bracelet with some flash to it, along with the additional benefit of keeping the time. If you’re looking to pair this in, you’ll have a choice of either a black, silver, or gold tone (to both the case and dial), on either a red or black leather strap.
Ferragamo Curve Watch: Price
If the Ferragamo Curve is what you’re looking for to finish out your look for the end of the year, you can pick one up now for $1,095 directly from ferragamo.com
Tech Specs from Ferragamo
- Case: 23X46 mm oval shaped – crown with embossed “F”
- Movement: quartz 2 hands (Ronda 751 ) – Swiss Made
- Dial: Sunray with Ferragamo logo
- Strap: Double tour calf leather – Ardillon buckle with Ferragamo logo
- Water resistance: 30 meters
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