Strange Lights not quite green
This limited edition titanium watch is the lightest Schofield has ever made at 85 grams strapped. It comes in two colours; not quite red and not quite green, a little off, strange. Port and starboard navigation lights, on the sea or in the sky. Distant 🙂
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- Titanium watch
- Limited edition – 29 per colour
- Dimensions – 44mm diameter base, 42mm bezel, 14.5mm high
- Weight – 85 grams with strap
- Colour – dark grey
- Crown – Double O-ring, pull out, stainless steel, engraved
- Dial – Double green with custom Super-LumiNova
- Hands – 3x Skeleton brushed gold with Sign-Of-Life seconds hand
- Lume – Super-LumiNova C3 blue and green emissions
- Movement – Gold ETA 2824-2, 25 jewels
- Power reserve – 42 hours
- Functions – Hours, minutes, seconds
- Case back – Titanium with complex engraving
- Crystal – Sapphire AR coating nine layers, oleophobic top coat
- Water resistance – 200m
- Strap – Your choice
- Strap bars – Titanium, vapour blast
- Buckle – Green ceramic coated steel, engraved
- Serialisation – not individually
- Warranty – 2 years
- Box – Ash
- British made
Schofield Watch Company Limited
Two striking limited edition watches designed for comfortable, everyday wear in the highly recognisable Schofield case. With legible dials devoid of any unnecessary ornament.
The case back engraving shows a 1950s style UFO hovering above Smeaton’s Tower, a lighthouse that represents Great British engineering and innovation. It also featured on Schofield’s first watch the Signalman, followed by many others over the last decade. The limited edition Strange Lights traces that journey. It is a loud and confident celebration of 10 years in watchmaking.
Schofield manufactures and finishes all the titanium watch cases right here in the UK. Whilst we have made titanium cases before never with a Ti case back and aluminium movement holder. It is only 85 grams strapped making it arguably the most comfortable in Schofield’s history. There is an engraving of SWC SL-1 (Schofield Watch Company Strange Lights 1) on the side of the case. This aesthetic matches with P-2 , our new fountain pen, UV-1 a small ultra-violet torch (a must for any watch lover), TL-1 a bright tritium light source and the forthcoming Small Wall Clock.
An elaborate and deep laser engraving on the case back says it all with a retro UFO beaming a light over Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, so many lights in a strange combination. The crown has been lauded as one of the finest made. It is an intricate wonder. featuring a gold-plated nail groove that matches the hands. The crown is finished both matt and polished surfaces with a unicode symbol for a lighthouse engraved into the face.
We use a double-domed, chamfered sapphire crystal. Featuring a new technology anti-reflection coating, applied in nine layers. Applied to the top surface is a special oleophobic, DLC coating anti-reflective coating, making them scratch resistant and look lens-like, a typical Schofield aesthetic.
Classic Schofield in the layout, open and uncluttered designed for legibility. Hours at cardinal points including a slash-0 at 12. Darts between the numbers and a minute track bordering precisely the stepped level and colour change in the dial.
The Strange Lights is a limited edition titanium watch with only 29 made in not quite green dial colour and 29 not quite red.
We commissioned custom Super-LumiNova for these dials, a coloured pigment that matches the dials yet emits green. Most obvious in the printed ring around the outer circumference of the dial akin to the Blacklamp. Red for the red dial, green for the green. The hue of both designed specifically for the tone of the titanium watch cases.
The new hand set features a play on the original Sign-of-Life hand found on some Beater models. Here it is a counter poise only, indicating time is passing but without the need for to the second time-telling.
Brushed gold hands match the inner gold ring in the crown. Pertinent to this watch is the luminescence of the second hand and the central cap, so that in the dark it looks like orbiting bodies. More Strange Lights.
The movement is the ubiquitous stalwart of quality and reliability the ETA 2824-2. This time gold-plated and highly finished, it has a retro feel in this much rarer variant. You cannot see it behind the solid case back – but it’s there.
Schofield watch straps are available in three sizes; regular and long and uni. For fine tweaking read on.
The regular sized watch straps are 110mm on the non buckle side and 75 on the buckle side. The long straps are 115mm on the non buckle side and 90mm on the buckle side. Uni straps have 115mm long non buckle side and a 78mm long buckle side.
If your wrists are less than 19cm (7.5 inches) in circumference then we suggest you choose a regular or uni length strap. For wrists that are more than 19cm (7.5 inches) in circumference then we suggest a long strap. With wrists approximately 19cm in circumference then a longer strap will give more of a tail; most guys opt for a regular sized watch strap with a shorter tail.
We has introduced a new uni strap size. It falls between our traditional long and regular sized straps. Only some straps are available in Uni, others are still the regular and long sizes.
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1 You will receive an email acknowledging your order n estimated date for delivery (we like a little wiggle room).
2 When your watch is ready we will email again to confirm your choice and size of strap, your address and any other additions you would like.
3 You will receive an automated email from the courier and another email from Schofield confirming delivery.
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