This watch inspired by the ‘Fast & Furious’ saga costs more than Paul Walker’s Toyota Supra

The Fast and The Furious‘or’ A todo Gas’ in our country, has turned twenty years. It was the first film of which it has become one of the highest grossing sagas of Hollywood history, as it already exceeds a collection of 6.1 billion euros till the date.

A figure that is expected to increase soon, since the latest installment, ‘Fast & Furious 9‘, is still to be released in many countries, including Spain until next time. July 2nd.

Due to the spinoffs that have already been confirmed (and those to come) it seems that supercars, racing and action await us for a while, so fans of one of the few sagas that has proven to be able to compete against the colossal marvel universe during the last years they are in luck.

Only nine Fast & Furious Twin Turbo watches will be sold and each will cost 485,000 euros

Fast & Furious Twin Turbo

The Fast and The Furious It is a phenomenon of the “King Midas effect” throughout the world, as it turns everything associated with its name into gold. An example of this is the latest watch presented by the exclusive brand Jacob &Co. to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first film in collaboration with the Universal Pictures production company.

Baptized as Fast & Furious Twin Turbo, this luxury watch of which there will only be nine copies for sale, reflects the spirit of the film saga by its design and combines it with precision mechanics and top-quality materials in its structure such as titanium, sapphire, carbon or neoralite.

Regarding its operation, the watch has a triple-twin-axis tourbillon-type mechanism that works by means of a 832 component JCFM05 system exclusive to the brand, and includes a stopwatch function called the Pit Board.

The price of each of these nine exclusive copies is 485.000 euros: slightly more than a hobbyist recently paid for it Toyota Supra by Paul Walker in the first film of the series, which also appeared in the first sequel, ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’.

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