A Negroni, please…

OOO-Out of Order®, through its Shaker collection, which offers OOOwatches with which to entertain from aperitif to after dinner, continues in its “mission” of contributing to spreading the most authentic and contemporary essence of the Italian Lifestyle throughout the world. To enrich the Shaker collection, the creative mixologists at OOO-Out of Order® were inspired by four cocktails that certainly do not go unnoticed. Paloma, Midori and Dark Violet, a trio with exotic accents, and the very Italian Negroni, the latter dedicated to one of the world’s best-known and most popular cocktails, created in Florence in 1919 and still one of the most representative symbols of Italian taste. These new watches share a 316L stainless steel case with a diameter of 40 millimetres, water resistance to 300 metres and a Japanese automatic movement with GMT function.

Like the Shaker Automatic GMT proposals unveiled last year, the Paloma, Midori, Dark Violet and Negroni feature a bidirectional 60-click rotating bezel with a domed sapphire crystal insert and internal Superluminova®-printed numerals to allow the time to be read in all light conditions. Each caseback is made of 316L stainless steel and laser-engraved with the cocktail glass that inspired the watch along with some of the ingredients needed to create it.

The original packaging could not but be confirmed, a persOOonalised steel shaker with a laser-engraved logo and an ad hoc galvanic treatment that offers interesting colour games to sum up all the colour shades chosen for this collection. The real novelty, in addition to the new colours, is the 316L stainless steel bracelet, offered in the ultra brushed or ultra distressed version, which takes over the leather strap present in the other variants available to date.


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