Tuesday, October 6, 2015

meshable chrono - a watch designed for designers

Led by Mina & Nemo Vucicevic, meshable watches is a contemporary watch brand that operates from Düsseldorf in Germany and produces timepieces featuring unique and progressive designs. The brand was launched in 2014, and its first collection of wristwatches was successfully marketed through the online shops. Currently, the brand is planning to launch an online crowd funding project on Kickstarter for its newest collection of timepieces.
The brand will launch a new meshable chrono campaign on Kickstarter on the 6th of October this year. A contemporary chronograph that pairs progressive design with premium components, the meshable chrono comes in 316L stainless steel case with Anti-reflective and scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Dedicated the world of contemporary designers, the meshable chrono takes inspiration from urban architecture and modern street culture.
The watch comes with a genuine leather band plus a stainless steel Milanese mesh band with easy change function. Inside each timepiece beats the new hybrid Seiko MechaQuartz movement.
This new "hybrid" movement from Japanese watch making giant Seiko combines the great accuracy of a quartz movement with the feel of a mechanical chronograph. The chronograph hand sweeps smoothly 5 beats per second and has a fly-back chrono reset.
Featuring a unisex appeal meshable chrono’s 39mm case offers comfortable fit. This timepiece is tested for a water resistance up to 50 meters. The meshable chrono will be available in three finishes: Silver, Gold and Black. Pre order price during KS campaign will be $155 US.
Technical details
Case diameter: 39 mm
Case thickness: 10,7 mm
AR coated sapphire crystal (scratch resistant) 
PVD coated 316L stainless steel case & caseback
PVD coated 18 mm milanese mesh band 18 mm genuine leather band
Seiko VK61A MechaQuartz "Hybrid" movement
5 ATM (50 m) water resistant

Update: meshable chrono Kickstarter Campaign is online now. Visit the following link to support this project:-

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