Let’s discuss our Kickstarter watches for 2022. 10 variants from the upcoming watch collection, named ‘The Final Countdown’ to sit alongside our eight previous collections presented in the Store.
These will be launched on Kickstarter, April 2022.
Kickstarter Watches for 2022 : Specification
Since September 2020, the entire design was developed with our Facebook community at Club Thirteen Red prior to its launch, anyone is welcome to join and take part by following the link.
- Nº 9015 Miyota caliber watch movement
- 44mm diameter excluding crown
- 49.5mm length, lug-To-lug
- 13.4 mm depth excluding lugs
- 22mm lug width
- Strictly limited to 50 watches of each variant
- 10 ATM / 100m water resistance
- Type 316L stainless steel
- Unidirectional rotating bezel engraved and ion plated
- Screw down exhibition back with printed serial number
- Solid sapphire crystal lens
- Signed / numbered sketches & blueprints, watch assembly photographs & Chapter 9 from The Book of WT Author
- Anodised aluminium crown
- Super-LumiNova hand inlays, second hand and dial details* (Not all dial variants contain Super-Luminova)
- FKM fluoroelastomer band in black
Solo rewards start at £350. A limited quantity of Early Bird rewards will also be made available for multibuy purchase.
Counting down, here are the first images we have shared with the world so far. . .
The Nº 1989 Green : ‘Guardian’
Taking inspiration from the AH-64 Apache, first used in combat in 1989. The combination of green tones combine with aggressive matt black finishes.
The Nº 1988 Phantom : ‘Eagle’
Referencing the instrument panel of the F-15E Strike Eagle, the first production of the aircraft was made in 1988.
The Nº 1987 Orange : ‘Vanguard’
Showcasing submarine radar, the Vanguard-class ‘Victorious’ being laid down 3 December, 1987.
The Nº 1986 Yellow : ‘Doomsday’
Celebrate the end of the world in style, a moment in history that catalogued a series of catastrophic global events.
The Nº 1985 Blue : ‘Bird of Prey’
Including visual references from the Type B British Military roundel, insignia often found on aircraft such as the Harrier II.
The Nº 1984 White : ‘Orbit’
Envisaging a vast network of satellites, presenting a initiative that played a prominent role in helping end the Cold War.
The Nº 1983 Red : ‘Rocket’
Taking visual cues from the launch of long-range, all-weather, ket-powered subsonic cruise missiles in 1983.
The Nº 1982 : ‘Squadron’
Referencing the attitude indicator of the first Tornado GR1 received by the Royal Air Force on 6 January 1982.
The Nº 1981 : ‘Stealth’
Celebrating the first flight of the single-seat, twin-engine stealth attack aircraft from June 18, 1981.
The Nº 1980 Green : ‘Warship’
Showcasing aircraft carrier radar from the lead ship of her class of three light aircraft carriers commissioned on 11 July, 1980.