Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04
Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04

Datomaster Mecaquartz 88001Q04

Regular price$590.00
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Size : 36 mm 
Movement : Mecaquartz
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Case: Silver.

Bezel: Silver.

DialMatte white dial+Shiny Silver applied indexes+Black printed.

H&M hands: Shiny silver w/white lum. & Black etching filled.

Sec.hands: Shiny orange 1505C.

3/9 hour Sub. Hands: Shiny silver.

Our dream was to make a 36mm diameter version, nevertheless, with modern mechanical movement dimensions, it is not possible to get something that is not looking like a brick with this contained diameter… But…. it was possible to use a Mecaquartz Seiko movement. So we made a sample to see how it would look and guess what? It looks super cool! We know it’s not 100% accurate and 100% horological pure to our roots but it deserves some consideration. Following our guts, we have produced a 500 pieces limited edition assembled in Switzerland.

Case Size/ Diameter36mm
Case Thickness 12mm
Case MaterialStainless Steel 316
Case FinishShiny and Polished
Case Lug Width20 mm
Strap Width20x18mm
Movement TypeMecaquartz
MovementVK64
GlassK1 Glass
Water Resistance10ATM

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A pure 60’s design language

The Datomaster is a watch entrenched in some solid 60’s fashion. Its stripped down dial bears “only” the essentials for a Chronograph. Featuring applied batons as hour markers & a chapter ring pushed at the very edge of the dial, there is plenty of space for the contrasting sub-dials to express themselves. With its bright splashes of color on the second hand & sub-dial, the Datomaster projects the kind of futur optimism that had gripped the 1960’s.

Mecaquartz Chronograph

The Datomaster Mecaquartz was our attempt at getting a size-accurate re-edition of the original thing. Back when movements were smaller, the 36mm Datomaster had no problem fitting a manual wind chronograph. Today, that’s a bit of a different story and to get a 36mm datomaster we went with the very reliable Seiko VK64 mecaquartz chronograph.

STICKING TO OUR ROOTS

To give you proper glimpse of the improvements we made, here’s a visual comparison to our new models to the old ones.

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