Manometro by Giuliano Mazzuoli, new colours

GSOH. I’m sure that signor Mazzuoli has precisely that, a great sense of humour. His Manometro watches have a sort of tongue-in-cheek irony about them, massive chunks of steel with chunky Florentine leather straps, an enormous bezel and a giant crown. They are no-nonsense watches for people who like something original and something large, a…

Cemento, a concrete watch by Giuliano Mazzuoli

Giuliano Mazzuoli has spent his entire life in the countryside near Florence, and he has always retained a sort of fierce independence that is possibly a characteristic of the Tuscan people. His first watch Manometro was inspired by a pressure gauge, and this was followed by other pieces prompted by car dashboard instruments, and a…

Watches that look like pressure gauges

A couple of days ago, I looked at chronographs with an alternative system of displaying elapsed time with respect to the usual display of multiple subdials that can run the risk of looking something like a gas meter. Today, it’s the turn of an Italian designer who creates watches specifically to look like a gauge.…