We spent today (Sunday) cruising the booths of the Geneva Time Exhibition, and while we’re going to show you a bunch of stuff from there, we thought we’d show you something you’ve surely never seen in the metal before – the C3H5N3O9 Experiment ZR012 – or “Nitro”. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, view our original post here. If you do, click on to see live photos of one of the only Nitros to have left the assembly line so far, a watch we happened to see on the wrist of a friend today. This thing is absolutely insane, but if there is one thing this watch does, it absolutely makes a for articulated lugs. The giant is quickly brought back down to by these hinged wings. Take a look at what we mean.
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