Vero Watch

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AtomicTom
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Vero Watch

Post by AtomicTom » Mon Aug 27, 2018 10:08 am

Just seeing this watch company based right in Portland Oregon everyone. Have
you seen their watches by chance?

There is the 36 Series with 36mm stainless steel case, 100m WR, sapphire
crystal, nickel plated brass dial in white with ceramic coated 6 time printed
black numbers with the Rally version, and nickel plated brass dial in black
with ceramic coated 6 time white numbers, and nice yellow, orange, and
red outer ring for the Sunset model, Super-Luminova coated hands, 19 jewel
hand winding Sellita SW 210 movement, plus leather rally style straps.

Next the SW Collection includes the SW, and SW GMT. With specifications like
a 41mm DLC coated stainless steel case, 200m WR, sapphire crystals, 2 part
brass dial with ceramic coating, and 6 time printed white numbers, and white
outer seconds track for the SW, and 3 part brass dial with ceramic coating,
and 6 time printed white numbers, and blue outer seconds, and white GMT track
for the GMT. With both having Super-Luminova coated hands, rubber straps,
and Sellita SW200, or SW330 GMT movements.

In addition, there looks to be the Bauhaus style VS which is in the works too.

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A look at the upcoming VS also...

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Vero Watch with much more too...

https://vero-watch.com/

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Re: Vero Watch

Post by stonehead887 » Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:21 pm

I really like the DLC version, the case shape looks fantastic. It's different without looking like it's trying too hard, a trap all too many brands fall in to. The GMT has a bit of a Farer feel to it. Nice clean dials and a lot of hidden detail such as specs going in to dials.
Any idea on price point? Either way, this one is on the wish list.
Thanks for the info

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Re: Vero Watch

Post by Jeep99dad » Mon Aug 27, 2018 1:13 pm

Like a Farer homage :)
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Re: Vero Watch

Post by Ruggs » Tue Aug 28, 2018 5:56 am

Saw these at the wind up event in SF. The designs didn’t really speak to me, but they’re well made and the Vero guys were cool. They’re trying to make a lot of the watch themselves in Portland (case and dials iirc), so they’re a little expensive as a result.


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Re: Vero Watch

Post by deepcdvr » Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:11 am

Thanks Tom

Not too shabby, although the see through case back has a novel written on it lol
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Re: Vero Watch

Post by AtomicTom » Tue Aug 28, 2018 11:19 am

stonehead887 wrote:
Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:21 pm
I really like the DLC version, the case shape looks fantastic. It's different without looking like it's trying too hard, a trap all too many brands fall in to. The GMT has a bit of a Farer feel to it. Nice clean dials and a lot of hidden detail such as specs going in to dials.
Any idea on price point? Either way, this one is on the wish list.
Thanks for the info

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Looks like $1760 for the SW GMT, $1480 for the regular SW, and then the
36 is $1080 Jeremy ! :o ..Actually didn't even realize the price with these. :oops:
Just saw the company for the first time, and wanted to report on them.
Would definitely be nice if they were maybe just a fraction of the price
everyone.

P.S. guys, am really seeing the Farer comparison now. That's really cool
actually ! :headbang: For some reason didn't notice that at first. Guess it was
maybe the dial styles, and different accents.

Thank YOU guys !!!

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Re: Vero Watch

Post by mtb2104 » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:24 am

Thanks for sharing!

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