Tuesday, April 8, 2014

“Organic Time Companions” Dietrich 1969

After what by all accounts was a very successful BaselWorld debut, Dietrich 1969 prepares to move into the retail sector.
Courtesy of Dietrich 1969
But this is more than a story about a new watch, it is the story of a designer with a vision, striking out on his own.
Emmanuel Dietrich trained as a designer at the Ecole Boulle in Paris.  This, in turn, led him to the design of watches.  After working on designs for no less a brand as Hermes (among others), he has now designed and produced his own brand's first collection - the OTC (Organic Time Concepts) series.

The OTC-AO1, OTC-A02 and the OTC-A03

The cases are made of steel, the movement is a modified Miyota 82-S-7.

Hours, minutes and seconds and a 24  hour hand.

All at a very reasonable price of 1.255 Swiss Francs.


 

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