AstroMYO MK2 – DIY Watchmaking Kit

A French company named AstroMYO is offering DIY kits to build your own watch. With Their MK2 kit you can assemble a wristwatch inspired by the iconic Seagull 1963 Chronograph. This kit is comprised of a quartz chronograph movement, stainless steel case, hardlex mineral glass, strap, dial and other components as well as tools requires for assembling. It is now available on Kickstarter.

The MK2 Kit watch is meant to be wearable on a daily basis. It features a 38mm diameters 316L stainless steel case, a Japanese Miyota 0S21 quartz movement and a 18mm wide genuine leather “tan” strap.

AstroMYO MK2 – Make Your Own Watch (DIY Kit)

Inspired by the 1963 Seagull, this watch has several interesting complications: the date calendar and the chronograph. Featuring a panda dial, a domed glass and gold hands, the watch has a vintage look that is totally assumed.

AstroMYO MK2 – Make Your Own Watch (DIY Kit)
On October 1st, AstroMYO launched its Kickstarter campaign for its MK2 kit. The French company has set a goal of 8 500€ to launch the manufacturing of the first kits.

AstroMYO MK2 – Make Your Own Watch (DIY Kit)

Priced at 100 Euros, the AstroMYO MK2 kit is designed to allow everyone to build their own watch. Each step is carefully detailed by videos, allowing everyone to easily do the assembly. The MK2 Kit has been designed to be accessible to most people and achievable with a minimum of skills. Just take the components and tools included in the kit and focus on making a great watch in less than an hour.

Please visit the AstroMYO MK2 kit Kickstarter campaign page for more details.

The Kickstarter edition of the MK2 kit will be a special edition: limited and numbered. The numbers are assigned in order of contribution. Contributors will have the exclusivity and pride of having their number engraved on the back of their watch.

The online crowd-funding campaign is ending on 31 October 2021. Pledges start @100 Euros (approximately US $ 116). Estimated delivery: Jan 2022.

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