Haldor Abissi is a conclusion of 7 years of hard work for the Slovenian micro brand watch company. You could say that this massive 1000m diver’s watch is the Hodor of the watch world, pun intended! 😉

Haldor Abissi has several interesting features up in its sleeve. First of all, its case is a 45,5 mm chunk of 316L stainless steel. The lug to lug distance is whooping 57 mm and the lug width is 24 mm. Just by looking at the measurements you can tell that the watch is no joke. To add even more weight to the Haldor Abissi, designers decided to fit it with a 5 row stainless steel bracelet.

Haldor is a Scandinavian name, derived from the Old Norse words ‘hallr’, which means ‘rock’, and ‘Thor’, the ‘god of thunder’ in Norse mythology.

The watch is made of high quality components such as a ceramic bezel insert or a 4 mm thick sapphire crystal with anti-reflecting coating on the inside. Both will ensure that these watch elements will be virtually scratch resistant. You can tell that the Haldor pays great attention to their watches by offering ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic movement, which is adjusted to the Top Grade Level. That means that watch is accurate to an impressive level +4s per day out of the box! That is indeed an impressive trait for a watch in this price range. As a true diver’s watch, Haldor Abissi uses C3 Superluminova on hands, dial and on the dot on the bezel insert.

Haldor Abissi was designed in Germany and assembled in Switzerland; therefore, you can be sure of its high quality.

It’s worth mentioning that the Haldor Abissi was funded through Indiegogo crowd funding platform. You could have got yours at as low as $545 but the Indiegogo campaign is now over. Do not worry; however! The watch will still be available through regular sale at Haldor website soon. Check it out at follow them in social media to stay in touch.
 

Haldor Abissi Lume

Haldor Abissi

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