Shortly after Federico Massacesi founded Anonimo in 1997, a relocation move by a major watchmaker left a lot of talented artisans and craftsmen which he was quick to absorb. This fortunate stroke of serendipity resulted to phenomenal watches such as the Anonimo Polluce Automatic collection, named after the historic steamer ship. With versions in steel, rose gold, bronze and titanium, every Anonimo Polluce Automatic is equipped with a screw locked bezel and steel back cover with an automatic helium expulsion valve guaranteeing a water resistance of about 120ATM. Measuring approximately 44mm, it features a thick dial of orange, blue, grey or black with luminous Baton hour and minute hands, thread sweep seconds, 5 minute markers and Arabic Numerals 3,6,9, and 12. Powered by automatic movement with a 40hr power reserve, the Anonimo Polluce Automatic also sports a date window around 4.