First and foremost, a watch should be for telling the time. The HERCULES Watch by Pier Watches has an oversized dial that is easy to read with a quick glance. It takes its name from one of the biggest aircraft ever built, and this oversized timepiece is equally majestic. The minimal design has instant impact, and the face also glows blue after dark. The chunky case is made from strong 316L stainless steel, with a smooth crown that won’t cause discomfort. Inside, the high-quality Swiss Ronda 515 movement keeps perfect time. There are four different finishes to choose from, and a choice of premium grade textile straps. Made for folks who want something “big and simple”, HERCULES is the perfect way to add some minimal style to your daily routine.
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HERCULES Watch by Pier Watches
Best wishes. Iain
@Dominic Melo: cheers to you Pal! We would love to see this project live!!!
@Dominic Melo PMed you
Put up a distributor pack for the difference and I will purchase the bulk as a reseller. I also put this out on twitter. I really want you to get across the line and I love that you are planning ahead.
This is the kind of project I support for use at work. I plan to support on the next round.
@prasann Potdar. Thanks for the support and kind words. Really appreciate it :)
Dear Micheal and Edwin, keep up the good work. The product speaks for itself. You are doing the right thing in ensuring it reaches more ears. Firmly backing this pledge till it is fulfilled. Regards.
Have faith :)
Arrgghh, why are there so few backers T_T
Hi Matthew. For this project, there won't be a possibility. This is because we have slightly longer hands length and we have not tested this with an automatic movement. We are quite sure that an automatic movement can handle it but we've been wrong before. Then there is the question of which automatic movement can handle longer and heavier hands too. Maybe in the future we can make this watch with an automatic movement.
Hey. Is there a possibility of an automatic watch?