|Polished stainless steel, flat mineral glass bottom||Automatic, cal movement 11 1/2" ETA 2824-2, 25 jewels|
|42 mm||3 ATM|
|Flat sapphire glass||Blue|
|Red, evolving towards a softer copper orange over time||Brown leather 20/18mm with beige stitching, |
18 mm polished steel pin buckle
|Polished stainless steel, flat mineral glass bottom|
|Automatic, cal movement 11 1/2" ETA 2824-2, 25 jewels|
|Flat sapphire glass|
|Red, evolving towards a softer copper orange over time|
|Brown leather 20/18mm with beige stitching, |
18 mm buckle
Limited & Numbered Edition
Serial Number 001 - 100
Serial Number 101 - 200
Serial Number 201 - 300
Price incl. VAT, worldwide free shipping.
Prices incl. VAT, worldwide free shipping.
A sign of the times
Apart from the obvious fact that this watch tells you time, it also shows you how time passes. We were inspired by the calathea plant. Its stripes changes from pink to white as years go by.
The same effect was applied to the the Model One. Through exposure to UV-light, the hands change colour over time. The more you wear the Model One, the more it changes. No one watch will ever look alike.
A PLAY OF LIGHT
The dial is polished smoothly on one side and roughly on the other. Depending on how the light hits the dial, it will look different each time.
COLOURFUL LOGO ON CROWN
Colourful logos on crowns are quite uncommon among automatic watches. We just couldn't resist!
SWISS MADE AUTOMATIC
Some things never change, you can't beat the excellence of a Swiss movement.
Combining the originality of a Luxembourg design with the excellence of a Swiss watch mechanism, the Loxo Model One is a precision automatic watch with a timeless and inimitable style. A timepiece inspired by the world of science and the arts.
The casing is made from nickel-free stainless steel and sapphire crystal glass. The only thing harder than this glass is a diamond. 3 atm watches generally prefer staying dry. While washing your hands poses absolutely no problem, it is not suited for other activities like showering or swimming.
WINDING YOUR WATCH
This watch does not need to be wound, as it winds itself when you move. Alternatively, you can wind it by turning the crown clockwise. Prior to setting the date, make sure the hands are pointing to 6 o’clock, to avoid internal damage to the clock.
A mechanical watch should undergo a complete servicing around once every five to seven years. This involves cleaning and replacing the watch oil lubricating it.