Classic timepiece limited to only 100 serial numbers (request number at checkout).
Designed and assembled in-house by WT Author.
Built in 10 working days and shipped from our UK workshop with free worldwide shipping.
Drawing inspiration from the beginning of widespread access to literature, referencing the period leading up to the paperback publishing revolution.
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Polished Stainless Steel
Miyota Nº 9015 Automatic
100m or 10 ATM
Each classic timepiece is assembled around a highly-reliable movement to give you the ability to maintain the watch with us directly or with another service.
The Miyota Nº 9015 calibre is an analogue automatic movement, assembled in Japan.
It is produced in-house by high-speed automatic assembly lines and undergoes strict quality checks to ensure long-lasting design.
The component includes repairable metal clockwork with a very powerful stepper motor and fixed pulse.
With its extra-low carbon content and added Molybdenum, type 316L stainless steel is incredibly strong and extremely resistant to corrosion from seawater or acidic liquids.
It’s also magnetic resistant, unlike the general-use stainless steel grade of 201 or 304L.
We select 316L as the choice of material to provide affordable, unique classic timepiece without ever having to compromise on quality.
Every watch is built with British and imported parts and assembled in our workshop.
Nº 1934 Blue
Limited to 100 serial numbers only
Signature red labelled trademark. Gloss gold painted “tuning fork” hour markers & minute track.
Italian oil-tan leather,
riveted directly onto the case
Polished silver-tone stainless steel
The innovative cardboard packaging has been engineered as a lightweight solution to reduce wasteful distribution.
With a recycling rate of over 80%, corrugated cardboard has the best UK recyclability record of any packaging material, saving an area the size of Greater London from landfill every 4 months.
We endeavour to use recycled stock at every possible opportunity.
Our well-designed ‘right sized’ solution provides maximum protection with minimal use of material to eliminate waste, as well as reducing storage & transportation costs.
The inherent beauty of this repurposed material is adorned by our own exclusive artwork.
A signed and numbered limited edition screen print, pressed on the finest certified ethically-sourced stock.
The exclusive artwork is inspired by graphic design from the turn of the paperback publishing revolution.
The story of the Nº 1934 visualised within a beautifully formatted book that includes stunning photography of the full watch chapter.
When it comes to our watches, we always want to hear what our followers think.
I have a real love of watches and like to think I am a bit of a collector. From common Casio’s to rarer Breitling’s I like to try and keep in the loop with new releases. W.T. Author caught my eye, with the fact that they are assembled in Britain and also seem to be released in a very limited number. (So far) I have two of the W.T. Author watches. The No. 1914 Blue Trench Watch and also the No. 1934 Blue Dress Watch with the Automatic movement. Both are absolutely stunning and more often than not get admiring comments from friends. The care and attention to detail that the guys at W.T. Author take is obvious to see. From the superb packaging that they come in, the hand stitched leather straps, to the hand written number card and service booklet. You can also sense when owning one of these timepieces that you have a real unique item and one that is special to you. I was able to choose two different numbered editions and knowing that they’re the only ones in the world like that is very special, especially in the watch industry. I also really like the fact that they only release one design a year, it keeps me wondering what they might have in store for us in the future. If my current watches are anything to go by then I can’t wait to see the next one.
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We’ve been featured in some of the world’s top publications, and they just can’t get enough of us.
We’re excited to share our passion for horology with you through our fun, informative and engaging videos.
Together, we’ll unravel the intricate artistry and precision engineering that goes into creating these marvelous masterpieces.
Nº 1934 Blue
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