Out of the trenches into the urban jungle. The fieldwatch originally designed for officers to coordinate movements in the battlefield found its way into civillian life and is now one of several popular styles of watches around.
The Aevig Corvid reinterprets the classic military style with a dose of Bauhaus influence. Gone is the usual full numbered layout in favour for a cleaner look with bold mono spaced numbers at the even hours accompanied by clear morsecode like dashes and dots to signal a calm message of time.
The crown position is moved to 2 ‘o clock. Out of the way to provide unrestricted wristmovement but still easy to acces for setting the time.
Swiss STP 1-11 automatic movement
Movement of choice is the automatic Swiss STP 1-11, 28.800 4hz high beat with 26 jewels and 44 hours powerreserve. Leave it to the Swiss who know a thing or two about running like clockwork. A hacking movement makes coordinating time to the second an easy deal. Hacking means you can stop the secondhand at twelve when setting the time and then synchronise with your team. The STP 1-11 allows you to do that and is also equiped for manual winding.
Anything can happen in a day. The Corvid fieldwatch is ready for whatever crosses it’s path. Sapphire crystal to ward off scratches, a screwdown crown for added waterresistance up to 200 meters and Swiss Luminova for maximum readability in low light.
A souple pullup oiled leather strap with sturdy hardware and a wide single loop secures the watch to your wrist and adds bold character.