What began as a simple covid lockdown hobby of teaching myself to repair old watches quickly evolved into a years-long project to design and build my own timepiece. I love a challenge and the pursuit of learning new skills so I chose to build my own machines, jigs and tools to make this ambitious undertaking a reality. 

It's been a little over a year since I began doodling designs on scraps of paper and in that time I've designed and built two precision CNC milling machines capable of turning raw metal into limited edition works of horological art. 

I'm beginning with a prototype series of 9 watches which pull design cues from a few of my favorite watch brands and combine them with some flourishes which come from my personal history and aesthetic. The brass movement ring is engraved with each watch edition number as well as the map coordinates for my shop in Brooklyn. 

Once the first edition is completed I plan to move foward with new designs catering to individuals and professions which require beautiful, durable and timeless wristwatches. 

Prototype V1 Specifications

Edition of 9 Watches

316L Stainless Steel Case 

38mm diameter x  10mm thickness

20mm Band  Width

6.5mm Triple Seal 316L Screw Down Crown

31.5x1.5mm Double Domed Sapphire Front Crystal with Anti-Reflective Coating

33.5x1.5mm Flat Sapphire Case Back

Sellita SW300-1 25 Jewel Movement

Automatic Wind with 42 Hour Power Reserve and Hacking Second Hand

Superluminova Luminous Filled Hands, Hour Numerals and Markings

Each Watch Water Resistance Tested to 10ATM (330 Feet)

Unit Cost - $1500

Available units  - 1/9 2/9 3/9 4/9 5/9 6/9 7/9 8/9 9/9  SOLD OUT

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