In our watch, we used some of the elements of this beautiful car:
Xicorr Syrena Sport is a watch that continues the line of watches inspired by the Polish automotive industry.
We were captivated by the already cultous Syrea Sport prototype developed by the Department of the General Manager of the Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) in Warsaw's Żerań and presented on May 1, 1960.
The work on the prototype lasted more than three years. The most interesting part of it was the body designed by an engineer Cezary Nawrot and made entirely of plastic. The car was driven by a pre-prototyped boxer engine in which the engine elements of the Junak motorcycle were used.
FSO never envisaged undertaking the production of this car. It was an experimental object mainly aimed at identifying the technology of manufacturing plastic bodies.
The beautiful line of this car impresses motoring fans to this day. On May 30, 1960, the Italian daily "Il Giorno" published an extensive article about Syrena Sport, in which it was named "the most beautiful car from behind the Iron Curtain".
automatic TMI (Seiko) NE88
power reserve: ca. 40 hours
stainless steel 316L
diameter: 45 mm, height: 15,15 mm
lug to lug: 53,4 mm
water resistancy: 100m/10ATM
glass: sapphire with inner AR
2 straps in the set
leather and silicone, size: 22mm
3 colors of dial are anailable: white, black and silver
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