The Nº 1973 Handmade Watches

A new collection of automatic handmade watches, funded in 12 hours on Kickstarter.

Early bird prices start at £350, limited to only 100 serial numbered items.

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THE 1973 SQUADRON


This year we introduce our eighth collection of handmade watches to Kickstarter with our most lucrative series of Rewards & Pledge Levels to date.

Early bird packages available at £350 and limited to only 100 items of each model.

Inspired by the the iconic G10 NATO strap, the Nº 1973 collection houses a mechanical movement and comes fitted with 2× premium interchangeable bands in black and orange.

The HANDMADE WATCHES


After forty-five watch releases, spanning seven collections, our goal has always been about authenticity & innovation.

THEWATCH STRAPS


Browse our handmade leather straps & metal bands,
built to compliment the collection.

THE Nº 1968 STARTING GRID


Starting at £350, our seventh collection of handmade watches is limited to only 52 items of each model.

Inspired by the golden era of motorsport, the Nº 1968 collection houses a range of mechanical and quartz movements and come fitted with a handmade Italian leather rally strap or solid stainless steel bracelet.

THE Nº 1953 & EMMELINE Assembly


Starting at £350, our sixth collection of handmade watches is limited in a range of quantities (only 25, 100 and 125 items respectively).

Inspired by 1950’s luxury accessories, the Nº 1953 collection houses a range of mechanical and quartz movements and come fitted with a handmade leather Italian strap or solid stainless Milanese band.

THE Nº 1940 FLEET


Starting at £350, our fifth collection of handmade watches is limited in a range of quantities (only 25, 100 and 125 items respectively).

Inspired by 1940’s fighter jet instrument panels, the Nº 1940 collection houses a range of mechanical and quartz movements and comes fitted with a handmade Italian leather strap.

THE Nº 1934 COLLECTIVE


Starting at £350, our fourth collection of handmade watches is limited in a range of quantities (only 25, 100 and 125 items respectively).

Inspired by 1930’s cushion cases, the Nº 1934 collection houses a range of mechanical and quartz movements and comes fitted with a handmade Italian leather strap.

THE 1929 COMPENDIUM


Starting at £350, our third collection of handmade watches is limited in a range of quantities (only 100 and 125 items respectively).

Inspired by the 1920’s Art Deco era, the Nº 1929 collection houses a range of mechanical and Swiss quartz movements and comes fitted with a handmade raw leather strap.

THE Nº 1914 REGIMENT


Available at £350, our second collection of handmade watches is limited to only 125 items of each model.

Inspired by 1910’s military apparel, the Nº 1914 collection houses a Swiss quartz movement and comes fitted with a handmade raw leather strap.

THE Nº 1905 ORIGIN


Available at £350, our first collection of handmade watches is limited to only 125 items of each model.

Inspired by the dawn of the wristwatch, the Nº 1905 collection houses a Swiss quartz movement and comes fitted with a handmade raw leather strap.

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HANDMADE WATCHES WT AUTHOR WTAUTHOR THE GUARDIAN
Helen Seamons,
The Guardian and Observer’s menswear editor:
“Invest in a good watch. WT Author styles are designed and built in the heart of the British countryside and inspired by the history of watch design.”
BRITISH WATCHES WT AUTHOR COOL-MATERIAL
Ben Dahl,
Cool Material Journalist:
“The WT Author watches are gorgeous. The throwback features make us feel connected to a past we only ever hear about in stories.”
BRITISH WATCHES WT AUTHOR THE-GENTLEMAN'S-JOURNAL
Hugh Francis Anderson,
Gentleman’s Journal Features Editor:
“WT Author are for the true adventurer – high-grade straps combined with unusual yet easy-on-the-eye faces make them an obvious choice.”

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