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The Aramedes Mecca Mastertimer Salat

In a previous article, we discussed a new brand with a revolutionary ideaAramedes, a Swiss company from the German-speaking side, specifically in the city of Zurich. Aramedes aims to combine advanced technology with classic watches to offer a watch that is as beautiful as it is practical.

During Dubai Watch Week 2021, the global launch of the brand took place. Since then, the company has continued to move forward, introducing new editions. The coming years promise a lot, according to Co-Founder and CEO Tom Morf. Aramedes offers two distinctive collections: the Mecca Collection and the Zürich Collection. and today we have in our hands the Aramedes Mastertimer Salat, the latest edition from Mecca collection.

Glossary

Sunburst

Is a pattern used in watchmaking to create a surface finishing that resembles radiating sun rays. This pattern is achieved by applying symmetrical and equal lines on the watch dial. It enhances the attractiveness of the watch and adds beauty and uniqueness to it.


The sunburst pattern is created by engraving or etching radial lines that emanate from the center of the dial and extend outward. The lines gradually become thinner and more spaced as they move away from the center, creating a stunning effect of light and shadow.

Difference between Sunburst and Sunray pattern:

 Although "Sunburst" and Sunray patterns are sometimes used interchangeably, there is a slight difference between the two. "Sunburst" refers to the pattern created by radial lines that resemble sun rays emanating from the center. On the other hand, Sunray refers to a pattern created by straight or curved lines branching out from a single point, resembling sun rays. This pattern can be seen on the dial and edges of the watch, while Sunburst is more closely associated with the watch dial.