Reduced to perfection.
The ATUM Pure M unites the version in steel, the specially conceived calibre 201.0 with the Pure Classic Finish, and the translucent dial with an insert composed of thin woven steel filaments.
The letter "M" stands for mesh, a steel fabric. They expose the structure and the life inside it. The dial insert of the ATUM Pure M reveals pure watchmaking artistry from the front side as well.
The unchanged case of the ATUM Pure M stands out with its slender bezel. The crown and pusher are telltale signs of the characteristic winding mechanism that also shines through the dial. A black alligator strap is combined with the polished stainless steel and stainless steel DLC dianoir cases. The contrast colour of the carefully stitched seam matches the respective colour of the HyCeram fillings in the dial.
The winding crown and the pusher
The gently curved form and the tapered chamfer of the strap lugs enhances the eloquent silhouette of the case.
Aesthetic and functional – the circumferential groove makes it easy to pull out the crown. The pusher for the new handsetting train is set directly below the winding crown.
Special hands are manually crafted in-house for the ATUM Pure M. Designed to match the markers, the lancet-style hands feature straight edges and broad chamfers that contribute to their slender yet corporeal looks. They are made of stainless steel that retains its remarkable toughness after tempering. To optimise legibility, pockets are worked into the hands and then filled with white “Hy- Ceram“, a compound that consists of ceramic powder and resin. Then, the tips of the hands are precision ground. Finally, they are polished to a mirror gloss, including the white fillings.