The people at LIV Watches definitely realize somewhat about making watches and subsidizing them on Kickstarter. Their new “The Breakthrough” campaign isn’t their first offence. However, here it’s not one watch but rather a progression of 3 programmed watches (and one quartz that won’t be covered here… you know us at MONOCHROME) that will be offered. Strong styles, 3 unique motivations – pilot, dashing, jumping – every one of them controlled by Swiss mechanical development and offered, obviously, at incredible costs. If it’s not too much trouble, meet the LIV Watches GX P-51 Chronograph, the GX Automatic Chrono and the GX Divers – all now accessible on Kickstarter .
The GX P-51 Auto-Chronograph Pilot
The first watch in this new “The Breakthrough” campaign, which unquestionably is the lead model in this new assortment, is a strong, manly and hearty pilot’s chronograph. Enlivened by the P51 Mustang WW2 Plane, it shows a 46mm case in spotless or titanium – contingent upon the model – and bears the vast majority of the pilot’s watch credits: vigorous case, huge pushers to be impelled with gloves, upgraded neatness, turning bezel with 12-hour scale – note that the bezel’s embed is made of brushed ceramic.
Powering the GX P-51 Auto-Chronograph Pilot is a Swiss programmed development – Sellita SW-500, a Valjoux clone – with 48h force hold and day-date sign. The development is noticeable through the caseback. The watch is accessible in a few tones – steel/blue dial, dark covered steel/dark dial, dark covered titanium/dark dial, titanium/dark dial and titanium/blue dial. Every one of them are combined with a bolted leather lash (with or without gator pattern). This GX P-51 Auto-Chronograph Pilot is accessible on Kickstarter from USD 990 (steel models) or USD 1,190 (titanium models). The titanium models are even delivered with a watch winder. Just 500 pieces (all shadings included) will be produced.
Quick facts: 46mm breadth x 15.9mm tallness – steel or titanium case – 12h ceramic bezel – 100m water safe – sapphire precious stone on the two sides – Sellita SW-500 with day-date display
The GX Automatic Chrono
The second watch offered by LIV Watches for their new campaign should feel natural to a few. Undoubtedly, a quartz model with this careful plan was essential for LIV Watches’ first campaign. But at this point, the new GX Automatic Chrono highlights a Sellita SW-500 programmed – obvious through the caseback. The plan stays as before, with utilitarian and hustling motivations. The larger than average pushers, the standing out bezel from a fine engraved example, the multi-layer dial or the general motivation behind this watch are plainly lively and bold.
The instance of the LIV Watches GX Automatic Chrono estimates 46mm in distance across and is made of steel – which can be covered in dark or in gold. The watch is likewise accessible with a few dial alternatives – white, dark or blue – with altogether 7 distinct choices to browse. The showcase is old style, with the run of the mill 6-9-12 chronograph format and the date window situated at 3 o’clock. All models are offered on leather straps. The GX Automatic Chrono will be a restricted version of 1,000 pieces (all tones included) and will be accessible as of USD 770.
Quick facts: 46mm distance across x 15.9mm tallness – tempered steel case – 100m water safe – sapphire precious stone on the two sides – Sellita SW-500 with date display
The GX Divers Automatic
Alongside this pair of chronographs, LIV Watches is additionally offering a third programmed watch in their “The Breakthrough” campaign. Here once more, the plan is intense and manly, with liberal extents – 44mm breadth – anyway with a few pleasant subtleties, for example, the wave design on the dial or the expansion of an hour long ceramic addition for the uni-directional bezel. The case is profoundly secured thus does the crown and water obstruction is a nice 300 meters.
Again, as the two other watches we’ve shown you above, the GX Divers Automatic is accessible in different decisions for the case – steel, dark covered, gold-covered steel – and for the dial – blue, dark with orange accents, dark with yellow accents, dark with white accents or dim, all with coordinating elastic ties. Inside the case is the omnipresent programmed ETA 2824 with date show (situated under a cyclops). Once more, the development is obvious through the caseback. The GX Divers Automatic will be at an entirely sensible cost of USD 490 and restricted to 1,000 pieces (all tones included).
Quick Facts: 44mm distance across x 13.1mm stature – steel case with earthenware bezel’s embed – 300m water safe – sapphire gem on the two sides – ETA 2824 programmed with date display.
All 4 watches of the LIV Watches “The Breakthrough” campaign (counting the quartz-fueled GX Alarm, not appeared here) can be found on Kickstarter and requested through this connection . Every one of them come with a 5-year guarantee and deliveries are normal in November 2018.