A Swiss and German watch designer collaborated to create these watches, a beautiful blend of watchmaking techniques and culture going into the mix. This caused the creation of a line of high-end watches that combine the skills of Swiss watch making with the engineering and craftsmanship of Germany to go where no other watch has gone before.
Nicholas and Manfred Watches are all made from durable, resilient medical grade 316L stainless steel. The cases themselves all measure roughly 42 millimeters in size, making them the perfect size for fitting nicely onto any wrist no matter what size. Available in dozens of colors, these watches use a D-8-11M Miyota 9100 self-winding mechanical calendar movement that keeps the time reliably and accurately. There is a power reserve of 42 hours to ensure your watch is always ready when you are. Sapphire coated K1 crystal protects the striking dials of the Nicholas and Manfred watches, promising that no scratches, nicks or other damages will befall your watch face. Skeleton motions are visible in at least some part of the cases. Each watch comes with a striking 20-millimeter strap that is made out of an ultra smooth, soft and comfortable piece of genuine calf leather.
Currently, Nicholas and Manfred Watches are being crowdfunded on the crowdsourcing website, Kickstarter. At the time of writing, Nicholas and Manfred Watches have reached their goal of $8,220 by raising a total of $125,420 with 17 days to go. Pledging a minimum amount of $196 gets you a steep discount on your own early bird Nicholas and Manfred Watch.