Philosopher - Silver Mesh
The Philosopher series watch is inspired by Bauhaus design. The watch is a perfect fit, with a minimalist design that is elegant enough to be a dress watch, yet simple enough for daily wear. Defined by a distinctive second-hand sub-dial, a lack of extraneous detail, clean fonts and thin hands, a Philosopher watch has a design full of history, yet a modern attitude.
Case Diameter: 40mm
Case Thickness: 8mm
Case Color: Silver
Dial Color: White-Silver
Hands: Baton style, silver reflective
Strap Width: 20mm
Strap Type: Stainless Steel Mesh
Water Resistance: 3 atm
Why No Label?
FREE international shipping
All watches come with free international shipping, no minimum order required. A tracking number will be provided when available.
Order processing: 2 - 7 business days
Shipping time: Avg. 3 - 6 weeks
Note: During exceptional situations, such as the Covid-19 pandemic or other similar circumstances, delivery times may be adversely impacted. Please allow for possible delays.
For the vast majority of cases, our items are shipped to you without mishap. However, international shipping can sometimes be unpredictable. That is why if your item ever gets lost in the shipping process, we will send you a brand new replacement, at our expense. We bear the risk of missing deliveries, so you can shop with peace of mind.
One Year Warranty
We work with carefully selected manufacturing partners to ensure that the quality meets our expectations. This is why we are able to provide a one year warranty against defects in the watch movement. Simply contact us at email@example.com if your watch has stopped working within a year from your purchase to arrange for a return and replacement.
Please note that the warranty does not cover battery replacement (for quartz watches), damage resulting from improper handling, lack of care, accidents or normal wear and tear.
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Received the watch in good condition however the watch looks slightly different from the page. Watch is too light
Really nice watch. And it really has no logos anywhere. I liked that concept.