Unimatic X Norwegian Rain limited edition watches

Norwegian Rain, a clothes company started by two entrepreneurs focused their energy on the humble raincoat. Based in Bergen, the rainiest city in Europe Based on traditional tailoring techniques, ‘Japanese sensibilities’ and high tech innovative solutions you can understand why that was the choice of garment.

Last year they reached their ten year anniversary and wanted to collaborate with a watch company. Talking to Unimatic, they wanted to show that you can neither capture time nor tame the weather as well wanting to etch a mark in time as their belief is that time weathers everything. 

Creating two styles based off Unimatic’s Modello Uno, both feature a minimal black bezel and a first of its kind double layer dial composed of an individually oxidised solid copper gradating to one of a kind green hue with cutout markers showing through a brushed copper base. The dial is sealed with proprietary technique to preserve the unique process in time. Time is indicated thanks to the skeleton brushed copper ladder phantom H+M, reverse lollipop S with gloss tip.

To mark the ten year anniversary, the team highlighted the ten on the watch face with an X. Powered by a Seiko automatic calibre with a 41 hour reserve, it is water resistant to 300m.

The caseback features the Unimatic x Norwegian Rain 10 years anniversary engraving and the individual progressive number. The watch is part of a unique edition of 39 pieces.


Unimatic x Mihara Yasuhiro II: WATCHES

Unimatic watches and Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro team up for a second collaboration of the Modello Uno, the brand’s first dive watch made in Italy.

For the collab, Unimatic and Yasuhiro worked together to create an all-white version of the Modello Uno, known as the U1-MY2, with a matte white dial and markers in white Superluminova lume matching the pearl on the Cerakote white minimal insert, with off-white dial trim and no rail.

The case is also completely white, treated to a stone wash to give it a distinctive look. As with Modello Unos, this model has a depth rating of 300m, the solid steel case is 40mm in diameter and the watch is powered by a Seiko NH35A automatic calibre movement. This limited edition is limited to 100 pieces worldwide each of them individually numbered on the caseback alongside an Unimatic x Mihara Yasuhiro custom engraving.

There is no word on price, however the first collaboration between these two companies cost $875 per watch so expect something along those lines when it is made available on September 19th.