Gerlach, a newly-minted Polish watch company run by the aptly-named Krzysztof Zegarek aka Chris Clock, has just announced a real beauty. Called the Pm36 this hand-winding railroad watch commemorates the Pm36, a steam locomotive designed in 1936 at the first Polish locomotive factory, FABLOK.
The watch has giant, luminous hands and numerals and everything is hand-applied. It is hand-wound and looks as big and beefy as a nice pocket watch. It runs a Seagull ST3620 movement movement.
Zegarek writes that the locomotive on which this watch was based was a true marvel.
It’s a pretty cool story and a pretty cool watch.
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