The Camden Watch Company, an independent British design brand based in the heart of Camden founded by wife and husband team Anneke Short and Jerome Robert, have released a new automatic timepiece based on their No.29 Type II quartz model.
Based on their recently launched No.29 Type II, the new No.29 Type II Automatic is a different design from the first automatic offering. For this new edition, Arabic numerals adorn the black two-layer sunray dial which also features a date window and the company’s signature “Camden Lock” blue seconds hand.
The front of the case has a domed sapphire anti-reflection crystal and the back also features a sapphire anti-reflection crystal for viewing the inner workings. The watch is equipped with a Japanese NH35 self-winding movement, which has a power reserve of 42 hours.
Made from 316L stainless steel, the No.29 Type II Automatic watch is available in four versions based on the type of leather straps fitted with them.
All four limited editions are priced at £375 each.
Model: No.29 Type II Automatic
Steel and Oxblood
Steel and Tan
Steel and Brown
Steel and Black
Material: Stainless Steel 316L
Size: ø 43 mm
Thickness: 11.55 mm
Sapphire with dual anti-reflection coating
Case-back lens: Sapphire with dual anti-reflection coating
Water resistance: 5 ATM / 50 metres
Japanese Automatic (Time Module NH35)
Frequency: 21’600 bph
Power reserve: 42 hours
Genuine Italian leather strap
Width: 22 mm