Retail Price: $14,500
Our Price: $8,700(40% off)
Condition: Never worn
Item Number: 2290
Description: DeWitt Academia Hora Mundi Men's Watch NAC.HMI.001. This watch features a self-winding Swiss mechanical movement contained within a 43mm steel case. It features a 42-hour power reserve. The dial is black with a sunray pattern featuring silver Roman numerals, Arabic numerals, central horizontal applique, and indicators. It is covered by a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Features include a dual time zone display at the 9 o'clock position with the indication of 24 worldwide cities, and a date display window at the 3 o'clock position. The strap is black rubber with a folding buckle. Limited edition and numbered of 200 pieces.
Dimensions: Case: 43mm.
Box: Your watch will be delivered in the original DeWitt box and leather travel case. Or if you prefer you can have the watch delivered in one of our signature collectable wooden watch boxes.
Shipping: Free shipping on all orders. Two-day delivery anywhere in the United States for all purchases over two thousand dollars and ground delivery for all other orders.
The Story: DeWitt was established 2003 by Jérôme de Witt, in continuation of the brand Cédric Johner, which was already a very successful Swiss luxury watch manufacturer. DeWitt (pronounced "de VIT") is a high-end maker of so-called "fusion" watches that combine high-tech materials and traditional watchmaking craft. The company has ancestral links between their founder and Napoléon Bonaparte. DeWitt is one of only four companies capable of producing both an in-house movement and dial. The DeWitt Manufacture is located in Geneva and includes over 5,000 square meters and 60 employees. The Academia collection is their showcase for new movement and dial concepts, such as the Force Constante. The Twenty-8-Eight collection is comprised of tourbillon watches. A typical design feature of many models is the gear-shaped bezel. DeWitt won the Technical Innovation and complication Watch Prize at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève for the Tourbillon Différentiel Academia in November, 2005.
Every Watch Has a StoryTM is in no way affiliated with DeWitt and does not claim to be. We simply love their products and make them available to our customers who enjoy surrounding themselves with the best of the best.