Well-known for its cuff links inspired by the world of watchmaking, the Swiss life style brand, TF Est. 1968, has done it again. A Moon phases complication now adorns the most elegant wrists. The brand continues to savour the success of its collection crafted in tribute to the Tourbillon, while once again combining affordability and craftsmanship.
The particularly robust TF Est. 1968 cuff links are air and water-tight and resistant to shocks and aggressions of all kinds. Other variations on the mechanical watchmaking theme are already taking shape as we write. And, as ever, the hallmark traits of the brand are present, a witty nod to today’s use of carbon fibre, luminous colour pops and a super-affordable price tag.
Encased in a cage of steel, sporting an array of carbon details, a watchmaking mechanism in perfect working order accompanies every movement of the wearer’s wrist. Through what appears to be the transparent crystal of a watch case, the eye is beckoned towards a voyeuristic display of technical achievement. Design-wise, the lack of conventional stem accentuates the functional aspect of the piece, preventing it from rotating about its own axis. A neat and snappy precision spring clasp holds the piece in place, anchoring it firmly to the shirt.
Source: TF Est. 1968