This mens watch collection was envisioned with aeronautical themes to reflect a special vintage style. Product line targets the active lifestyle consumer looking for affordable luxury timepieces with authentic character.
Hangar - Inspired by simplicity of classic pilot watches, the case presents a slim body with flowing lugs complimented by a conical crown and offset pushers for the chronograph.
In keeping with the case design, the bracelet is a clean three-link with polished beveled edge.
Single sub-eye chronograph with bold hands that reference the analog gauges of vintage aircraft.
Colorways and Materials
Design theme study looking at a range of material combinations, finishes and dial graphics. Intent was to show versatility of the design from active sports to luxury wear.
Hangar - Shown in matte black plated stainless steel, textured dial with amber crystal and black leather strap.
Grandstand - Chronograph designed with a military aviator theme. Square angular case with exposed screw hardware and bold dial graphics inspired by vintage airplane cockpit instrumentation.
After preparing technical drawings and coordinating prototype development with production factory, a final engineering spec is generated outlining the construction detail and dimensions.
Grandstand - Final product shown in matte black finish stainless steel, black textured dial with white accents, radial brushed sub eyes and black rubber strap.
Designed for their Black Label, this collection of mens watches carries a distinct style of elegant minimalism. Special attention was given to the precision of fine detailing, quality of construction, use of materials and finishes.
This chronograph is designed with the sailing sportsman in mind. The dial is defined by bold hands and beveled indexes with a knurled dial texture and brushed sub-eyes.
Case features a large dial opening to emphasize the chronograph complications. Bracelet is a low profile directional link design
HB-136 Stainless steel case and bracelet with combination brushed and polished finishes complimented by a black top rotating bezel and 3-eye chronograph movement.
Inspired by automotive instrument panel gauges, this dial presents dual time and date complications in a horizontal layout.
HB-107 Production design stayed true to the original concept art with subtle use of brushed finishes and a tone-on-tone black dial with bright red accents for the main second hand and date marker.