Few people have heard of this company, but they produce high quality watches that use in-house movements. Their newest watch has a PVD or DLC case with a dark steel movement to blend in. Because of the darker color theme this new watch is called the Perpetual Calendar Black Edition. Their perpetual calendars are unique. The dial display the hours, minutes, seconds, power reserve and date on first look at the dial. However there is also a very small hand coming out of the center that displays the month. It is a nice touch that keeps the dial uncluttered and clean. The leap year display can be found inside the exhibition caseback. The dial and case design will remain the same but the colors will change. The base design can be found on their website by clicking here. The caseback of the new watch, because that is the only picture available, can be seen on their facebook page here. Their annual production is around 1,000 watches a year so this new watch will be extremely hard to find, unfortunately, because it is a great looking watch. The company has big plans for 2014 so we will see what else they have in store at a later date. I am not even going to attempt a guess at price because this company is so new to me and many others I have not seen prices on any of their watches. I can't wait to see more from this company.
Jake Fogarty is the founder of It's All About Watches and writer for most of what you will read here. If you want to contact me you can visit the contact and advertising page.
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