A behind the scenes look at the inspiration behind TWC's NORTH.er
The compass and watch are two of the most groundbreaking innovations in the history of mankind, serving as tools for survival and progress.
The compass and timepiece share a common innovative significance, yet a horological complication that combines the two is quite a novelty in watchmaking. For ages, non-digital wrist compasses have been developed for the military, but they never told the time. These vintage wrist compasses inspired us to create the NORTH.er. A timepiece capable of assisting ones sense of direction.
An automatic GMT timepiece crafted for the outdoorsman. This uniquely designed instrument produces clear readability in all conditions, featuring highly fluorescent SuperLuminova hour markers and rounded yellow-coated blued steel cathedral-style hands on the black dial. The German stainless steel case with a sapphire crystal exhibitionist caseback ensures the timepiece’s 5 ATM water resistance. A high-grade 24 jewel Swiss Cal. 2893-2 automatic movement is adjusted by TWC watchmakers to allow the GMT function to guide the direction of North. Production limited to 100. Available in the genuine leather strap of your choice.