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Reviewing the Czapek Antarctique

The newest player in the 'luxury sports watch' category.

calendar | ic_dehaze_black_24px By Brice Goulard | ic_query_builder_black_24px 1 min read |

Following our first detailed video review of the Bvlgari Octo, we continue with video coverage of the latest addition to the luxury sports watch category, the new Czapek Antarctique. A watch produced by an independent watchmaker with its own, distinctive personality, this new model, as you’ll see in the video, has some pretty convincing arguments, including the brand’s first in-house movement, an automatic micro-rotor calibre with great layout and high-end decoration. 

The Czapek Antarctique is an interesting vision of the integrated bracelet concept and although it features all the desired ingredients for a successful watch, it doesn’t fall into the trap of copying existing models, such as the Royal Oak or the Nautilus. The case combines a barrel shape with a sleek bezel and the dial, produced by Metalem with a rare technique, is available in four different colours and offers depth and textures. Inside is a new movement, the brand’s first manufacture engine… and it looks pretty amazing.

You can discover every single detail about the Czapek Antarctique in the video at the top of this article.

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3 responses

  1. At once funny and impressive hearing such observant french pronunciation come from someone who says ‘wif’ and ‘fousand’. Heh.

    Did you train him, Brice?

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