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Skytrain Telemeter Chronograph

The tarmac is vibrant in the desert heat, the temperature hitting more than 37 degrees celcius. There is a faint smell of sand, spices and kerosene in the air. The huge warbird seems to be brooding where she sits in front of the hangars, the dull olive drab paint soaking up the sun. As the two fourteen cylinder supercharged radial engines whine, as not wanting to wake up from their slumber, you look down at your watch. The chronograh, named after the airplane you are about to board, gleaming in the desert sun. The two engines wake up with almost syncronised explosions of sound and brutality, roaring with more than 2500 combined horsepowers, they then settle in and start a steady growl.

The “Skytrain Telemeter Chronograph” takes it’s inspiration from machines as glorious as it’s namesake, airplanes and watches of the 1950’s. A polished fluted bezel sorrounds the green or brown degradé dial, adorned with oversized subdials, lumed hands and a handy telemeter scale framing it all. The case is 39x46mm, true to it’s vintage predecessors, and making it wear comfortably on most wrists. Featuring a “VK64 mecha quartz”, sans running seconds, you get the best of both worlds. Accuracy and reliability of quartz, and the charm and mechanical element of cogs and levers.

 

Skytrain Telemeter Chronograph

The tarmac is vibrant in the desert heat, the temperature hitting more than 37 degrees celcius. There is a faint smell of sand, spices and kerosene in the air. The huge warbird seems to be brooding where she sits in front of the hangars, the dull olive drab paint soaking up the sun. As the two fourteen cylinder supercharged radial engines whine, as not wanting to wake up from their slumber, you look down at your watch. The chronograh, named after the airplane you are about to board, gleaming in the desert sun. The two engines wake up with almost syncronised explosions of sound and brutality, roaring with more than 2500 combined horsepowers, they then settle in and start a steady growl.

The “Skytrain Telemeter Chronograph” takes it’s inspiration from machines as glorious as it’s namesake, airplanes and watches of the 1950’s. A polished fluted bezel sorrounds the green or brown degradé dial, adorned with oversized subdials, lumed hands and a handy telemeter scale framing it all. The case is 39x46mm, true to it’s vintage predecessors, and making it wear comfortably on most wrists. Featuring a “VK64 mecha quartz”, sans running seconds, you get the best of both worlds. Accuracy and reliability of quartz, and the charm and mechanical element of cogs and levers.

 

Subdater

Here we have an all-new watch for us, coming in a brand new case with mixed finishing of both polished and brushed surfaces in harmony with the flow of the case shape.

This “Subdater” draws inspiration from a mix of styles and eras, both from Art-deco, from field watches and from chronographs with it’s sub dial displaying the date in a visually interesting fashion compared to a traditional date window.

The dial is adorned with a guilloche pattern emanating from the centre of the dial, stretching out, dividing the date sub dial. The hour index and the railroad minute track are on a flat area creating a level effect that allows light to play with the dial and combined with the sub dial this gives our Subdater a face that is both simple, yet complex, all at the same time.

The drive comes from a Seiko VD70 movement, somewhat of an odd horse in watchmaking, not seen in that many watches, but a stable and reliable movement nonetheless. Being quartz, but without any ticking/running seconds, it’s easy to get the illusion of a mechanical heart.

The watch will come on one of our signature leather straps, always of top quality and comfort, born from Italian vegetable tanned hand made leather. But the watch also fits our 1021 vintage beads of rice bracelet that can be bought separately.

We hope you will enjoy this novel complication paired with the intricacy of guilloche and the superb case finishing and beautiful leather straps that you’ll find on all our watches.

Here we have an all-new watch for us, coming in a brand new case with mixed finishing of both polished and brushed surfaces in harmony with the flow of the case shape.

This “Subdater” draws inspiration from a mix of styles and eras, both from Art-deco, from field watches and from chronographs with it’s sub dial displaying the date in a visually interesting fashion compared to a traditional date window.

The dial is adorned with a guilloche pattern emanating from the centre of the dial, stretching out, dividing the date sub dial. The hour index and the railroad minute track are on a flat area creating a level effect that allows light to play with the dial and combined with the sub dial this gives our Subdater a face that is both simple, yet complex, all at the same time.

The drive comes from a Seiko VD70 movement, somewhat of an odd horse in watchmaking, not seen in that many watches, but a stable and reliable movement nonetheless. Being quartz, but without any ticking/running seconds, it’s easy to get the illusion of a mechanical heart.

The watch will come on one of our signature leather straps, always of top quality and comfort, born from Italian vegetable tanned hand made leather. But the watch also fits our 1021 vintage beads of rice bracelet that can be bought separately.

We hope you will enjoy this novel complication paired with the intricacy of guilloche and the superb case finishing and beautiful leather straps that you’ll find on all our watches.

Pulsation Chronograph

Our first foray into the wonderful world of chronographs, allow us to introduce the 39mm Pulsometer equipped bicompax chronograph.

This watch draws inspiration from one of the golden eras for chronographs, the late 1920’s through to the 1950’s. This was a time when watchmakers were indulging into new scales, new complications and new ways of securing the watches to the wrists.

Our bicompax chronograph feature a “pulsations scale” on the dial, a nifty feature that was highly regarded by physicians and other medical professionals when it debuted. This touch, along with other little details give this watch the feeling of being NOS, but with a decidedly modern movement inside.

Featuring a “VK64 mecha quartz”, sans running seconds, you get the best of both worlds. Accuracy and reliability of quartz, and the charm and mechanical element of cogs and levers.

This fully polished 39mm beauty sits just as nice around your wrist either on the original vegetable tanned, handmade Italian leather strap as it does on the (upcoming) delicate beads of rice metal bracelet. Pick one up today and enjoy the design language and fine details of vintage, but with the reliability and build of today.

Sector 38

Imagine the clink of martini glasses, the murmur of the sparkling ballroom and the sound of the jazz band on stage playing their tunes. On your wrist is the decidedly hotsy-totsy Sector 38, in all it’s unapologetic Art Deco glory.  

This watch means business, with a full polished 38mm case, a sector dial with both brushed and sunburst finishing, period style number fonts and a caseback to write home about. It’s all held in place by your choice of our signature leather straps of full grain Italian leather croco-style, or supple calf leather.  

So next time you go to an upstage sockdolanger be sure to dress your wrist in classy, roaring twenties style.

Oceantimer

The Oceantimer deck watch is simple yet elegant in its execution. It speaks to the inner classisict and is equally home in fine dining halls as it is in the office, sitting quietly on your wrist. It’s as reliable as it is elegant, drawing design cues from both deck watches of yore as well as influences from the art deco period. The blued feuille hands will tell the passing of time in the most elegant way.

The Oceantimer collection comes with a embossed croco strap made from full grain Italian leather. 

Trenchhunter

The Trenchhunter field watch is designed for the vagabond, the adventurer or simply those who are looking for a reliable, no nonsense timepiece that takes it’s visual cues from a bygone era. We’ve put our own spin on the classic military field watch, kept the size down and chosen an acrylic crystal for that subtle warmth over the old radium lumed indicies.

The Trenchhunter collection comes with a durable single pass nato and Superliminova C3 in old radium style. 

Skytoucher GMT

The Skytoucher GMT was the first watch we created, taking inspiration from the classical flieger watches of olden times, aka the “B-uhr”. We added even more functionality to an already rugged design by incorporating a GMT-hand, something fairly unique at this price point. The Skytoucher GMT look right at home on your wrist while navigating the Atlantic, hiking or just for everyday wear. 

The Skytoucher collection comes with screw down crown, 100m water resistance, sapphire crystal and a stunning milled and sand blasted caseback with a propeller motif with laser engraved text and details. 

Skytoucher Automatic

The Skytoucher Automatic is the elegant brother to the GMT, taking inspiration from the classical flieger watches of olden times, aka the “B-uhr”.With a sunburst dial, high polished case and applied indicies, it’s an elegant and smart looking alternative to it’s more rugged brethren. Inside is an automatic heart from the land of the rising sun, beating at 28,800 bph meaning a smooth seconds hand and 40 hours of power reserve. 

The Skytoucher collection comes with screw down crown, 100m water resistance, sapphire crystal and a stunning milled and sand blasted caseback with a propeller motif with laser engraved text and details. 

Pulsations Chronograph

Our first foray into the wonderful world of chronographs, allow us to introduce the 39mm Pulsometer equipped bicompax chronograph.

This watch draws inspiration from one of the golden eras for chronographs, the late 1920’s through to the 1950’s. This was a time when watchmakers were indulging into new scales, new complications and new ways of securing the watches to the wrists.

Our bicompax chronograph feature a “pulsations scale” on the dial, a nifty feature that was highly regarded by physicians and other medical professionals when it debuted. This touch, along with other little details give this watch the feeling of being NOS, but with a decidedly modern movement inside.

Featuring a “VK64 mecha quartz”, sans running seconds, you get the best of both worlds. Accuracy and reliability of quartz, and the charm and mechanical element of cogs and levers.

This fully polished 39mm beauty sits just as nice around your wrist either on the original vegetable tanned, handmade Italian leather strap as it does on the (upcoming) delicate beads of rice metal bracelet. Pick one up today and enjoy the design language and fine details of vintage, but with the reliability and build of today.

Sector 38

Imagine the clink of martini glasses, the murmur of the sparkling ballroom and the sound of the jazz band on stage playing their tunes. On your wrist is the decidedly hotsy-totsy Sector 38, in all it’s unapologetic Art Deco glory.  

This watch means business, with a full polished 38mm case, a sector dial with both brushed and sunburst finishing, period style number fonts and a caseback to write home about. It’s all held in place by your choice of our signature leather straps of full grain Italian leather croco-style, or supple calf leather.  

So next time you go to an upstage sockdolanger be sure to dress your wrist in classy, roaring twenties style.

Oceantimer

The Oceantimer deck watch is simple yet elegant in its execution. It speaks to the inner classisict and is equally home in fine dining halls as it is in the office, sitting quietly on your wrist. It’s as reliable as it is elegant, drawing design cues from both deck watches of yore as well as influences from the art deco period. The blued feuille hands will tell the passing of time in the most elegant way.

The Oceantimer collection comes with a embossed croco strap made from full grain Italian leather. 

Trenchhunter

The Trenchhunter field watch is designed for the vagabond, the adventurer or simply those who are looking for a reliable, no nonsense timepiece that takes it’s visual cues from a bygone era. We’ve put our own spin on the classic military field watch, kept the size down and chosen an acrylic crystal for that subtle warmth over the old radium lumed indicies.

The Trenchhunter collection comes with a durable single pass nato and Superliminova C3 in old radium style. 

Skytoucher GMT

The Skytoucher GMT was the first watch we created, taking inspiration from the classical flieger watches of olden times, aka the “B-uhr”. We added even more functionality to an already rugged design by incorporating a GMT-hand, something fairly unique at this price point. The Skytoucher GMT look right at home on your wrist while navigating the Atlantic, hiking or just for everyday wear. 

The Skytoucher collection comes with screw down crown, 100m water resistance, sapphire crystal and a stunning milled and sand blasted caseback with a propeller motif with laser engraved text and details. 

Skytoucher Automatic

The Skytoucher Automatic is the elegant brother to the GMT, taking inspiration from the classical flieger watches of olden times, aka the “B-uhr”.With a sunburst dial, high polished case and applied indicies, it’s an elegant and smart looking alternative to it’s more rugged brethren. Inside is an automatic heart from the land of the rising sun, beating at 28,800 bph meaning a smooth seconds hand and 40 hours of power reserve. 

The Skytoucher collection comes with screw down crown, 100m water resistance, sapphire crystal and a stunning milled and sand blasted caseback with a propeller motif with laser engraved text and details.