This Armin Strom watch is based on a rectangular, hand-wound mechanical movement, dating from 1937. Rhodium-plated, hand-engraved and with blued screws, it is visible through
This perpetual calendar watch from the Hemipode family unites the grand tradition of watchmaking with the famous avant-garde design of Ikepod watches. Produced in limited
Equipped with an automatic COSC certified chronometer Valjoux calibre 7750, this Hemipode Chronograph boasts the distinctive design and high technical quality of the Ikepod watches.
Introduced in 2002, this gold version of the Manatee, Ikepod’s first rectangular watch, is designed for world travellers. Ikepod has personalised the basic ETA 2893-1
Introduced in 2002, the Ikepod Megapode Date Chronometer watch is powered with a movement based on an ETA 2824-2 calibre. This stainless steel automatic watch
Intrdouced in 2002, this new model from the Ikepod Hemipode line, boasts additional new features in the form of week, month and moon phase indicators.
Introduced in 2002, this ladies’ chronograph watch features a monocoque case in pink gold, and a bezel set with 172 diamonds. The precious metal and
Introduced in 2002, the Isopode Dual Time watch model combines innovative lines with a mechanical movement from the grand tradition of Swiss watch-making. The monocoque
This tourbillon watch from the Ikepod Hemipode was introduced in 2001. The tourbillon complication is visible at 6 o’clock on a dial with a highly
Introduced in 2001, the first rectangular model from Ikepod has a plastic plaque on its case back depicting the manatee, the animal after which it
Introduced in 2002, the Platypus is Ikepod’s first woman’s watch and also the first square case in the collection. This COSC certified chronometer watch houses
Introduced in 2000, the Ikepod Hemipode Big Date features a remarkable one-piece steel case by designer Marc Newson. This chronograph watch is fitted with a