1918 Brass Trench Cream Dial with Orange Lume (Pre-Order)
When World War I began in 1914, soldiers faced a novel problem. In the chaos on and off the battlefield where precise timing was integral to routines, communications, and synchronizing attacks, reliable and accurate timepieces were vital. Many officers had pocket watches, but these had many shortcomings on the battlefield. They were cumbersome to pull out and to open the protective lid with gloved hands, requiring officers to pause their duties. The dials were impossible to read at night and the glass crystals broke easily. In a setting where a second could be the difference between life and death, it was clear that an alternative was needed. Thus, in the muddy trenches of the First World War, the wrist-watch was born.
Pre-Order (Delivery in June-August 2021)
These are pre-orders and will only be delivered in June 2021 for customers ordering before April 9. For orders after April 9, they will be delivered in July 2021. For orders after June 21, they will be delivered in August 2021.
Case diameter: 37mm or 40mm
Case thickness: 10mm
Crystal: 2mm double domed sapphire with inner AR applied
Lug width: 18mm(37mm) or 20mm(40mm)
Lug to lug: 45mm(37mm) or 48mm(40mm)
Lume: C3 Lume
Case Material: Brass
Caseback: 316L stainless steel with option for empty caseback and laser engraving at additional cost
Crown: Screw-down crown
Movement: Miyota 82s5 automatic movement with hand-winding and hacking seconds. 21 jewels 21.6kpbh more than 40 hours power reserve
Water resistance: 10 atm
Strap: Crazy horse leather with bund pad (75mm/120mm) or single pass (270mm)
Warranty: 1 year global warranty
*movement may not be gilt colour. We will try our best
**Photos of brass cases are photoshopped and may not represent the real colours of the brass material. 40mm dial will not feature a cropped "6". Brass watches will come with matching brass hardware. Caseback will be stainless steel.
These items are already heavily discounted. We will not accept any orders with any discounts applied to this collection. We thank you for your understanding.