The compass and timepiece share a common innovative significance. But for ages, non-digital wrist compasses were developed for the military without having the capability of telling time. These vintage wrist compasses inspired us to create the A timepiece built for the explorer, allowing directional and timekeeping assistance with seasonal accuracy. Exhibiting a design language that communicates yet another incredible utility that mechanical horology has to offer. The is capable of assisting one’s sense of direction while also serving as a multi-time-zone GMT.


Base : Swiss Cal. 2893-2 automatic movement , 24 jewel 

Modifications : adjusted to 5 positions, Glucydure Balance, Nivarox Hairspring, Incabloc Shock Absorption , power reserve of 46 hours 

Functions : Sweep Second, Minute, Hour, 24-Hour Hand, Date Window at 6-O’Clock Position

*Decorated, modified and adjusted in Baltimore, MD. USA



Material : stainless steel handcrafted by Ickler in Germany 

Finish : satin midsection, polished bezel, satin case-back with polished border, 

Features : exhibition case-back, satin screwdown caseback border 

Dimensions : 41mm diameter , 11mm width , 20mm lug width

Crystal : Scratch Resistant Sapphire crystal on Front and Back, Anti-reflex Coating on Front

Crown : push/pull , enlarged crown with coined grip

Depth Rating : 50 meters

*Designed, prototyped, finished and assembled in Baltimore, MD. USA



Color : painted black

Detailing :  SuperLuminova hour-markets , painted accents 

Hands : rounded SuperLuminova cathedral-style yellow hour + minute hands , green GMT hand 

*Designed, prototyped, and made in Baltimore, MD. USA

Today, the compass and timepiece have obtained a broadened purpose - serving as tools for survival and symbols of tradition. With the, we combine the two tools and their according design languages. Offering a GMT with maximum versatility. Suiting the needs of outdoor explorers and accomplished professionals alike. 

While technology today makes the use of a mechanical watch or compass obsolete in the field, the use of them today speaks to the appreciation we have for non-digital gadgets.

With a cage above the crystal, the compass and timepiece were both carried in the field by soldiers. For ages, non-digital wrist compasses were developed for the military without having the capability of telling time. These vintage wrist-compasses with their 1940’s cockpit dial theme inspired us to create the A timepiece capable of keeping measurements in multiple time-zones while assisting one’s sense of direction. 

Availability : This reference has one series and is still available.

Distribution : exclusively available for purchase here
Shipping : Fedex Priority 

Cost : free + zero liability to you

Returns : no returns

Warranty : lifetime (must be located in the official TWC customer registrar) 

Customization : strap

$ 2,825.00 USD
$ 2,825.00 USD

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