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Strom’s Agonium Collection Marks the Times of Life July 20, 2010 (0 comments)


Swiss watchmaker Daniel Strom dreamed of creating a watch that would do more than just tell time—he wanted to create a watch that would define life and the transitory nature of existence. People often have trouble accepting this concept, he says, but transience is an important condition of life. Time is what orders transience, and therefore time is not static but rather is life’s energy.

His dream watch—which he describes as a sculpture in the form of a watch—is called “Memento Mori, Carpe Diem.” Says Strom, “You can keep time with it, but above all, you can experience time with it.” It’s available in silver, gold, platinum, or palladium, with or without diamonds. Movement is automatic mechanical, caliber 2824, black alligator hornback strap, and the buckle is handmade with skull in silver, gold, palladium or platinum. 

For further information contact Strom Prestige Swiss Timepieces AG, Hauptstrasse 7, 2560 Nidau-Biel, Switzerland. (+41 32) 333 12 22; fax (+41 32) 333 12 26, email Website:

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