CVSTOS has partnered with Motorcycle GP Champion, Dani Pedrosa, as a privileged partner and produced watches inspired by the lifestyle of the champion. The latest timepiece in this range is the Dani Pedrosa Carbon. This new model is an automatic chronograph dedicated to the competitor, for the management of his effort and performance throughout his workouts that include squash, swimming, running and cycling.
Dani Pedrosa Carbon attaches the same performance technological objectives in this obsessive quest for lightness. This relentless pursuit of pioneering applied-technologies, oriented CVSTOS on the implementation of this new material of which CVSTOS has exclusivity. Today this material is used (the single carbon fiber) in different fields of applications such as the aerospace industry or in the Moto GP competition, in the production of chassis which need to respond to all kinds challenges.
CVSTOS has made use of the latest technology, generated by different stages of vacuum castings, where nano fibers are arranged randomly, according to a specific mix, composed of carbon nano-fibers both black and colored orange Repsol glass fibers and a binder made of epoxy resins. An autoclave oven at controlled temperature and atmosphere induces a vacuum, to remove all forms of air bubbles from the mold, either in the resin mixture, as in layering of the fibers, to obtain, a homogeneous and compact mass of material, obtained after processing through the cooking process. At the end of each batch, all the pieces have their own aesthetic comparable to fingerprints in humans i.e. each being unique.
The Dani Pedrosa Carbon is produced in a limited series of 100 pieces, with the Nano Orange Carbon edition being extremely light as a result of a consistent and fully successful concept implementation. The Nano Orange Carbon case contains a three-dimensional multilayer dial skeleton, with a hand-painted logo at 9 o’clock, identical to that appearing on the helmet of Pedrosa, it is equipped with a Samurai his sabre and a pacifier.
Inspired and captivated by the philosophy of the Samurai warrior, Dani Pedrosa has chosen to make it his logo at the age of 13, early in his career. He was the youngest driver in the circuit, and it was then that he decided to add a pacifier to the paraphernalia of his Samurai warrior. The latter represents the image of the child in every one of us, and helps to recall the beginnings of the pilot and his own passion for this sport.
At 12 o’clock, the minute counter and the hour counter at 6 o’clock, shaped brake discs are fitted with a strap with orange colors of the new RC213V Repsol Honda; Power reserve can be found at 3 o’clock in the manner of a digital tachometer displaying in red the danger area. At 9 o’clock the logo of the little Samurai is hand painted and inlaid on the dial plate.