The massive locomotive barrels through the Siberian night while the conductor braces against the frigid air as he moves between cars.
He tugs at the chain hanging from his tattered pocket and pulls out his trusty railroad watch to check the time of the coming next stop. He doesn’t realize he is holding a piece of history. The Tran Siberian railroad pocket watch; now more than a decade out of production.
In the spirit of these famed timepieces and the trans Siberian railroad, Pramzius — a new brand based in the USA — is bringing back the Trans-Siberian railroad watch, but this time for the wrist.
Pramzius, named for the mythological Baltic Ruler of Time, seeks inspirations from Eastern Europe and the Baltic region to reignite a world of often forgotten horology and great historic timepieces with new looks and top-flight engines.
Our first edition draws from one of the most popular and famous of railroad watches previously made by a sadly now defunct company. We’ve drawn from key elements, including a magnificent 3D rendering on the case back of the original train from the watch along with the same indicators on the chapter ring.
But we added a heavy lagarto strap, an open heart automatic movement and color touches not found on the inspirations.
One edition even has a fully luminous dial. The Trans Siberian collection is a wrist watch tied to the world of the pocket watch that marries antiquity and modernity like nothing else you have ever put on your wrist.
With a 48 mm case and big, full dials that run right to the edge of the bezel this watch will get attention.
The base model also comes with a high-quality nylon strap designed in the Zulu style. A great alternative look.
The first model comes in three color executions, antique white, Sun ray blue and black. Each one will be a numbered, limited edition.
Our company has imported watches from Eastern Europe and Russia for the past two decades and we have combined all the elements of the watches we love and poured them into this unique timepiece.