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Defakto

VektorDEF1015

£650.00

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* The unisex Defakto Vektor builds a bridge between classical 1950s design and modern minimalist aesthetics. It offers a retro-futuristic design embodied by a convex plexi-glass dial circumnavigated by manually shaped hands. The finely drawn indexation and the thin, rounded hands with disc-like center pieces make up the modern, puristic character of the Defakto Vektor.

 

* Its thin, two-piece 39 mm stainless steel watchcase is polished on top and back, while being brushed on the side to achieve a subtle interplay of surfaces and to highlight the Defakto Vektor’s flat body. The built in automatic Miyota 9015 movement (made in Japan) offers a power reserve of 42 hours and displays time via its elegant, smoothly-rotating sweeping second hand, running constantly through the curved space of the watch. 

Movement: Automatic

Case: 39mm, Stainless Steel

Dial: Black with Red Hands

Glass: Convex Plexi-Glass

Water Resistance: 3ATM

Manufacturer No: 4.V-0101-R

Defakto is an independent design-led watch brand founded in 2009. Defakto is produced within its own manufactory and offers high quality German made watches, offering an excellent price-performance ratio hard to find elsewhere.

 Aiming to find the perfect symbiosis between form and function, Defakto watches recall the teachings of the Bauhaus design ethos while maintaining a strong contemporary aesthetic, resulting in a timeless, modern classic. 

 Within their premises in Berlin, everything from concept to design, communications, assembly and logistics is done by the owner personally – Raphael Ickler. Defakto watch cases are manufactured by the family-owned manufactory - Ickler GmbH in Pforzheim, Germany, who have been creating precision timepieces since 1924. 

 Simple geometries and precise proportions make certain that every Defakto watch will have a timeless appeal that owners will appreciate just as much today as in the future.