[vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery interval=”0″ images=”910,909,908,906,905,907″ img_size=”1200×736″ onclick=””][vc_column_text]Founded in Munich, Germany, Widdenburg watches strives to create amazing timepieces under the idea and the promise of simplicity and functionality. After their first successful campaign that raised €7,649 by 75 people on Kickstarter they are now back with another unique timepiece and they are hoping to do exactly the same and even more. Their Kickstartercampaign currently has raised €3,451 out of a goal of €4,000 in under 5 days. Their new line of watches is truly unique and honestly mesmerizing. They are sure to catch the eye of anyone who passes by and at the same time they provide an amazing style for those who want “something different”. For those who want to make a STATEMENT with their fashion style.
Widdenburg watchcases are made out of durable, surgical grade 316L stainless steel which measures at 42 millimeters in diameter while their thickness is only 10mm thick. The perfect fit for any wrist size. On top of that their watches are 10ATM water resistant, which means you don’t have to take them off when you are having a nice shower or a light swim. They come in a variety of two color combinations; Silver and Black with their matching mesh bands. The uniqueness of their watches is in the dial. They are using a custom-made dial that spins and creates the words “Tick, Tock” on every beat. Honestly that dial is mesmerizing and at the same time screams for attention. On top of that amazing dial they have a hardened mineral crystal which doesn’t scratch easily. They might upgrade that to sapphire crysal in case the campaign gets a lot of funding and attention. The movement inside that inspiring timepiece is a Japan movement (battery-based) that powers it.
In case you are wondering why they named their new lines Alpha and Phi, here is the explanation. “Alpha” is a term for basic, clean, first which represents their new minimalistic dial. ”Phi” or “Φ” is used as a symbol for the golden ration, that has been claimed to have held a special fascination for at least 2,400 years. It was claimed that it was used by Leonardo Da Vinci in the painting of Mona Lisa, by the Greeks when they were building the Parthenon and by ancient Egyptians in the construction of the Great Pyramid of Khufu.
Our honest opinion about Widdenburg watches is that they surely put the effort and hard work into the making and they deserve everything they are asking for. Even their pricing is well thought out. You can get the Widdenburg watches for only €89 at the early bird prices here. Rush over before it’s too late.