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Philosopher - Brown Leather
Nordgreen's Philosopher is designed to celebrate our ability to think differently, learn from the past, act now, and create a better future. The asymmetric second hand that appears to continuously slice through time, is designed to remind of exactly this. The watch is acting as an instrument of time.
The conical shaped case has a wider base than face, creating a sharp two piece dial that draws our eye to the center of the timepiece, to the now! The elevated watch case, clean brushed look, and tugging lugs provide the finishing touches to the watches unique design.
Our inter-changeable straps allow you to customize your Philosopher to every style. Carry it with you and the stories you'll create with the timeless Philosopher makes it one to keep hold of for the grand-children.
7.2mm / 7.84mm
36mm / 40mm
316L Stainless Steel
Silver / Rose Gold / Gun Metal / Gold
18mm / 20mm
Up to 3 ATM (Rain resistant)
We give back, together
Respecting our community and the people around us is a core value that we Danes uphold with tenacity. We wanted to incorporate these values into the brand as best we could, which led us to create our Giving Back Program.
For each watch sold we empower our customers to give back to one of three causes. The unique serial number provided on the back of each watch allows us to track the impact that your donation has made.
Our Chief Designer, Jakob Wagner, has had a rather notable career collaborating with brands such as Bang & Olufsen, Alessi, Cappellini, and Moroso, to name only a few. He also has a fixed collection at MoMa in New York City. His products are being sold globally every minute of every day. These achievements speak for themselves, making him a household name within the international design community. There was no better man for the job to design our range of minimalist Scandinavian watches.
Jakob has the ability to bridge the gap between great aesthetics and functional products that each and every person can incorporate into their lives. An art that many designers struggle with, separating the good from the great.