Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Storm Nuclear Lazer

Today's watch is one from a brand which is pretty easy to identify from looks alone.

The Storm watches by Storm of London definitely have a recognizable style. The watches are usually metal cased with metal straps and have a shiny but not mirrored appearance. The straps are also easy to spot from a distance with the long solid first section with the raised centre and small grooves down each side, and the square Y shaped links.

Today's model is the Nuclear Lazer, and it follows all of these usual Storm watch design features. The Nuclear Lazer is an analogue watch with a 3 hand dial and quite a simple design. It has plain silver hands on a bright blue shiny face, and there is nothing on the dial except the Storm name. The case is a curved metal surface with no markings, and the watch has a domed glass which catches the light. The back just has the standard info with the Storm logo, watch name, serial number, material (stainless steel back), and water resistance (50m).

The watch was released in the late 90s, and was definitely for sale in 1999, making it one of the models from the 10th anniversary year of the brand .

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