Single Hand watches

What is the single hand watch?

Single hand watch may appear unconventional or even strange to many of us today, but telling the time using just a single hand was, in fact, the normal way when pocket watches were introduced in the early 16th century. In fact timekeeping began with just a single hand, sundials and the early church clocks kept time this way.
So the single hand watch is continuing an ages-old method of measuring time.

The introduction of a second hand must have seemed as odd to people in the late 17th century as single hand watches appear to us today. By having a design that recalls
the early timepieces, single hand watches are imbued with a sense of classicism whilst drawing attention to the early origins of the watchmakers craft.

SOLFESTUKA AA11B

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA AA12B

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA AA14B

24-hour single-hand watch

SOL OG MÅNE AA16B

24-hour single-hand watch

NOONDAY AA17B

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA AA11

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA AA12

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA AA14

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA AA15

24-hour single-hand watch

SOLUS AB16

Classic single-hand watch

SOLFESTUKA BA11

24-hour single-hand watch

SINGULAR BB12

Single-hand watch

NORDLYS BB14

Single-hand watch

POLARIS BB16

Single-hand watch

ENHÅNDS BB17

Single-hand watch

TILBAKE BC11/BC11B

Single-hand backward watch

SVALBARD STRAPS

Original Svalbard NATO straps

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