Anonimo has created a more modest timepiece for Baselworld this year, sporting more classic features and a smaller size.
The 42mm cushion-shaped case is made from bronze, a standard for the brand, while the case also boasts a fluted bezel instead of tachymeter found on most Anomino pieces, furthering the idea this is a more minimalist piece.
Unlike the Militaire and Nautilo lines, with their crowns shifted to noon or 4 o’clock, the Epurato crown is positioned in a more classic way at 3 o’clock.
The watch houses a Sellita SW 200-1 Automatic movement, accounting for the hours, minutes and seconds, as well as a date window at 6 o’clock and a 38-hour power reserve.
This movement can be seen from the sapphire display back.
The Sellita movement is considered an alternative and competitor to ETA‘s 2824 movement; an automatic movement which is more expensive than that found in the Anomino.
The grey-dialed watch proudly announces its affordability, coming in at under CHF 3,000, the piece retails for CHF 2,990 or around £2,300.