Dial up your style with the unexpected and unique Aristarchus
Always on the lookout for the extraordinary, this timepiece fits
the bill, and then some. Taking a cue from the early hemispherical
sundials built by Greek astronomer, Aristarchus of Samos in 280
B.C., this watch is for the man who knows how to dial up his style
with the unexpected. Known, as a “hemicycle” display, the crescent
and triangular hands float over the four time display arcs, encircling
the numbers for the time.
The inner arcs display the hours, the outer arcs display the minutes.
You’ll find people won’t just be asking you for the time, they’ll be
asking you to see it. It’s that kind of watch. A sleek black leather
band, silvery white face and streamlined case give the Aristarchus a
classic elegance that is perfectly balanced by its avant garde timekeeping
method. Hemicycle timepieces are truly in a league of their
own, which translates to pricey. But, we’re changing the way people
buy luxury timepieces, giving this unique collector’s watch a price
that let’s you keep the change.