Autodromo is a new watch brand that makes a variety of vintage inspired motoring timepieces with Swiss made quartz movements, for under five hundred dollars.

Autodromo timepieces come in stainless steel cases that measure 42 mm in diameter by 10 mm thick. Depending on the model, the case is in either brushed steel or matte black PVD coated steel. The dials, which set these apart from other race inspired watches, pay homage to racing tachometers, rev counters from 1960s and 1970s racing, as well as the town of Brescia, which is where the famous Mille Miglia race begins and ends.

Functions include hours, minutes, seconds and date. The dial is protected by K1 mineral glass with sapphire coating. Solid stainless steel case back. Water-resistant to 30 meters. Perforated leather strap (20 mm wide). The retail price is $425.

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