BRATHWAIT | Slim Wrist Watch Minimalist Design

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Classic slim

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Sapphire glass

Sapphire glass is the number one component that luxury watches have in common. It is scratch resistant and highly durable. Sapphire glass is available in the $4-$15 range. The price is determined by the hardness of the glass. Harder glass is more expensive to cut because the cutting blade is a diamond.

$14.15
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Swiss quartz movement

Our Swiss made Ronda movement is the same movement that is used in $500+ quartz watches. An inexpensive quartz movement of good quality costs below $2. An excellent quartz movement with shock resistance and extra long battery life of up to 40 months costs $10.

$10.00
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Stainless steel case

A top quality stainless steel case costs $9,70 to produce. Steel cases are made up of a steel quality typically in the range of 304 to 916. The number does not necessarily reflect the product’s quality or price, but identifies the mixture of minerals.

$9.70
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Coating

The coating of our rose gold case is a mixture of pure gold and copper. The plating on steel cases are measured in the thickness of uM, one uM is 1/1000 of a 1 mm. A plating of 0.6 uM would last for about 6 months, a plating of 1 uM would last for 2 years and our plating of 6 uM lasts basically forever.

$11.25
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Dial

The dial is made up of a thin metal plate with a light beige coating. The components to any given dial costs about $2.70. The remaining cost is due to the precision needed to assemble the parts. This process requires specialised and expensive equipment.

$3.75
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Strap

The components of our high-end leather and nylon straps cost about $5 for nylon and $18,5 for leather. About 3/5 of the cost is the band material and the rest is due to stainless steel buckles and the rose gold coating that is applied to them.

$5.80 - 18.5

Other

In addition to materials, every order has non-material related expenses such as customs, fulfillment & shipping, storage, product box, transaction fees (VISA etc) and other bank related expenses in the amount of $25 - $30 per order.

$25 - 30

Automatic minimalist

Icon Sapphire Glass

Sapphire glass

Sapphire glass is the number one component that luxury watches have in common. It is scratch resistant and highly durable. Sapphire glass is available in the $4-$15 range. The price is determined by the hardness of the glass. Harder glass is more expensive to cut because the cutting blade is a diamond.

$14.15
Icon Swiss Quartz

Automatic movement

Powering the automatic is the top grade Miyota Cal. 9015 high-beat movement. This reliable 24 jewel automatic movement operates at 28,800 bph and features a 42 hour power reserve when fully wound. An automatic movement does not require battery because it is powered by kinetic energy created from the movement of your hand.

$55.00
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Stainless steel case

A top quality stainless steel case costs $12,4 to produce. Steel cases are made up of a steel quality typically in the range of 304 to 916. The number does not necessarily reflect the product’s quality or price, but identifies the mixture of minerals.

$12.40
Icon Rose Gold

Coating

The coating of our rose gold case is a mixture of pure gold and copper. The plating on steel cases are measured in the thickness of uM, one uM is 1/1000 of a 1 mm. A plating of 0.6 uM would last for about 6 months, a plating of 1 uM would last for 2 years and our plating of 6 uM lasts basically forever.

$14.95
Icon The Dial

Dial

The dial is made up of a thin metal plate with a light beige coating. The components to any given dial costs about $2,70. The remaining cost is due to the precision needed to assemble the parts. This process requires specialised and expensive equipment.

$3.75
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Strap

The components of our high-end leather straps cost $18,5. About 3/5 of the cost is the band material and the rest is due to stainless steel buckles and the rose gold coating that is applied to them.

$18.50

Other

In addition to materials, every order has non-material related expenses such as customs, fulfillment & shipping, storage, product box, transaction fees (VISA etc) and other bank related expenses in the amount of $25 - $30 per order.

$25 - 30

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