Case

Case Size and Style

For my watch cases I use 316L stainless steel. I have 4 standard designs /sizes for watches that use regular hand-wound or automatic movements: these are 36mm, 41mm, 44mm, and 45mm in diameter. For my watches that use a tourbillon movement, I have cases in two diameters, 41mm and 44mm. The diameter is measured across the round part of the case, and does not include the crown or lugs.

The measurements for each case size are as follows:

36mm diameter – 10.5mm thick, 42mm lug to lug (top to bottom), 18mm strap width (lug size)

41mm diameter – 12.5mm thick, 49mm lug to lug (top to bottom), 20mm strap width (lug size)

41mm diameter tourbillon- 15.5mm thick, 51mm lug to lug (top to bottom), 20mm strap width (lug size)

44mm diameter – 12.7mm thick, 55mm lug to lug (top to bottom), 22mm strap width (lug size)

44mm diameter tourbillon – 15.5mm thick, 54mm lug to lug (top to bottom), 22mm strap width (lug size)

45mm diameter – 10.5mm thick, 52.5mm lug to lug (top to bottom), 22mm strap width (lug size)

Here are pictures of each case as a completed watch, from Instagram:

36mm case:

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41mm case:

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44mm case:

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45mm case, aka The Rydian case:

The Rydian, beautifully captured by @frankswatches

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41mm tourbillon:

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44mm tourbillon: photo by : @pbandwatches

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In addition, I can offer you a bronze case, CuSn8, 41mm or 44mm in diameter, the measurements for which are the same as those of the stainless steel cases (see abovementioned.) The case-back of the bronze case is made of stainless steel (316L.)

More case pictures coming soon, but many case-back pictures can be found on my Instagram page.

Ion-plated Cases

Cases have the option of being ion-plated. This is a black, yellow gold, or rose gold colour that is deposited onto the surface of the stainless steel in a vacuum. It is quite durable, though there is always a chance it can be scratched if rubbed on an abrasive or sharp surface. This type of coating can also wear away over time and is dependent on how the watch is treated by the user. Ion-plated surfaces are stronger and more durable than their gold electroplated counterparts. Please note that damage to any coating is not covered under the watch warranty. Here is an example of what one of the previously mentioned 44mm cases looks like with black ion-plating. Pictures of yellow and rose gold ion-plated cases to come.

Yellow and rose gold colour ion-plating is currently available on the 36mm & 41mm cases as well as the 41mm tourbillon and 44mm tourbillon cases. Black ion-plating is currently available on all of my cases.

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