The exclusive BMW S1000RR wristwatch was created to mirror the superbike’s history and BMW Motorrad’s iconic image and history
The Beemer 1000 wristwatch is made in Germany with the exclusive matte back chronograph sporty design that comes with stainless steel case
The Beemer 1000 Chronograph is for sale at www.BEEMER1000.com at only 149 Euros (RM710)
BEEMER1000.com has come up with the BEEMER 1000 Chronograph wristwatch designed and inspired specifically by the one the most sought after superbikes in the world, the BMW S1000RR. The exclusive timepiece was created to mirror the superbike’s history and BMW Motorrad’s iconic image and history.
The Beemer 1000 wristwatch is of course made in Germany with the exclusive matte back chronograph sporty design that comes with stainless steel case to match the persona of the watch itself. On the face, the classic black with white numeral details together with the superbike’s legendary front view as the Beemer 1000 logo.
A sapphire crystal used as the cover everything up protects the interior’s precision quartz movement that also includes several useful functions like a stopwatch measuring seconds, 60-minute split time display and a 24-hour display and date function.
Fancy owning one of these babies for yourself? Well, the Beemer 1000 Chronograph is for sale at www.BEEMER1000.com at only 149 Euros (which is around RM710 after direct conversion) minus shipping and handling fees.
The question that most of us are thinking about is why make a watch based on a superbike? Well, why wouldn’t you? Initially built for WSBK competition, the S1000RR soon became the benchmark bike as far as road-going litre-class missiles were concerned.
Packing a 999cc in-line four-cylinder screamer underneath a sharp and stylish exterior, both the S1000RR’s looks and performance matched each other brilliantly. What sweetened its package was the advanced electronic rider aids it packed that made it not only safer, but also a highly controllable beast at the same time.
After undergoing a facelift in 2015, the BMW S1000RR simply got better thanks to even more intelligent electronics derived from its HP4 hypersport cousin. It would also spawn a naked S1000R streetfighter and S1000XR adventure sport offshoots, proving to the world that BMW’s non-boxer powertrains were just as good and versatile, if not better, than its competitors.