What Is An Automatic Watch?
The Vincero Icon Automatic is an elegantly simplistic timepiece upon first glance – a bunch of gears turning in sequence to tell the time.
However, once you realize there is no battery powering these intricate movements, you begin to understand the hundreds of years of precision, craftsmanship, and innovation that go into producing these incredible examples of horology that keep time for days on end.
Typically referred to as a self-winding watch, automatic watches require nothing more than regular use to keep them running, with the wearer’s natural movement powering the watch.
With early origins in the 18th century, automatic watches would not receive their notoriety until the rise of the wristwatch market at the beginning of the 20th century.
Stealing away the firm grip that pocket watches had on the market, automatic-winding technology would have its breakthrough.
What makes Vincero Automatic watches different?
There are several important metrics to take into account when assessing an automatic watch. From the quality of the materials used to the intricate complications and movements that lay inside, there’s a lot to consider when choosing an automatic watch, and we haven’t even begun to talk about price.
The Vincero Icon Automatic Watch, for example, has been meticulously crafted to meet standards of reliability and refinement, and it’s also rather ravishing too.
Sporting a case diameter of 41mm with a thickness of 11.5mm, the Icon sits comfortably on your wrist. And with the option for additional straps in crocodile leather, steel, and mesh, it’s suitable for any kind of aesthetic.
Not to mention the various different finishes the Vincero Icon Automatic Watch is available in, like Gunmetal and Slate Blue, Matte Black, Dark Olive, and Silver, or perhaps a little bit of Rose Gold instead.
Powered entirely by the wearers’ movement, the Vincero Icon boasts a power reserve of up to 40 hours thanks to the intricately robust Seiko NH35A Automatic. Visible through the display case back, the Icon’s literal heartbeat delivers accuracy and efficiency in spades.
Currently one of the world’s most popular automatic movements, the Seiko NH35A boasts an accuracy range within -20~+40 seconds per day and is capable of 21,600 bph.
Matched by its 10 ATM waterproof rating, you can take the Vincero Icon to a depth of 100 meters without damaging your precious watch. And thanks to the use of scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal glass and 316L Surgical Stainless Steel, it’s tougher than your average wristwatch.
For something a little fancier, you could grab yourself one of Vincero’s limited edition Italian Marble Automatic watches. Cut from historic Italian Marble, both the dial and band feature historic Italian marble, making each watch unique in this limited edition collection.
Sporting a larger 43mm case diameter, with a similar thickness of only 11.5mm, the Vincero Marble Automatic is available in various exclusive finishes, including Black Verde, Black Rosso, Silver Nero, and Gunmetal Scuro. A leather option is also available too.
Powered by the Citizen Miyota 90S5 Movement, the intricately robust caliber is on full display via the exhibition case back.
Boasting a power reserve of 40 hours, the accuracy of -10~+30 sec per day, and a vibration frequency of 28,800 bph, Vincero’s limited edition Italian Marble Automatic watch is a stunning example of how far automatic watches have come.
Since 2014, Vincero has produced high-quality watches without taking shortcuts for the people who refuse to take them. Offering free worldwide shipping, 30-day returns, and a 2-year guarantee on all of their products, Vincero is top-tier quality with top-tier service. For exceptionality crafter timepieces at fair prices, choose Vincero for your next watch.
Vincero Icon Automatic
The Vincero Icon Automatic has been meticulously crafted to meet standards of reliability and refinement. Available in a range of colors and finishes, it’s suitable for any kind of aesthetic.
Maintaining your Vincero Automatic Watch
Beyond professional servicing, every three to five years, maintaining your Vincero automatic watch is as simple as wearing it. Keeping the power reserve stocked up through regular use will prolong the life of your Vincero watch, in addition to keeping it dry and clean.
Though most automatic watches are typically waterproof, even the Vincero Icon Automatic Watch with its 10 ATM rating should be dried off immediately after exposure to water.
You should also avoid dropping your watch, as impacts can break the delicate internal mechanisms, causing your automatic watch to malfunction.