Launching our new LS-2 at The National Motor Museum
We were delighted to launch our new LS-2 Landspeed watch at the award winning National Motor Museum at Beaulieu on 29th September. The home of the record breaking ‘Sunbeam’ was the perfect place to launch our watch that marks the 203.79 mph speed record.
We were joined by over 80 Zero West customers and guests from Beaulieu, who were treated to a private evening in the Motor Museum. There were lots of cars for everyone to see, but the main event was the British built Sunbeam car.
The Sunbeam broke the 200 mph barrier on 29th March 1927 on Daytona Beach, USA, by Englishman Sir Henry Seagrave. Zero West has a close connection with the Sunbeam as the panelling expert, George Gray who worked on it, formerly owned the boathouse which is now the location of our studio in Emsworth.
The evening was great fun and the feedback from everyone who attended was very positive. Guests enjoyed the chance to view not only the new LS-2 Landspeed watch, but all watches in our range, and also the opportunity to chat with Andrew and Graham about the watches.