Two new versions have joined the Geckota W-01 collection! So to celebrate, here's a look at the latest editions, alongside the full range.
The First Line of W-01
Released in August 2019, the W-01 introduced the start of Geckota’s Workshop collection. Inspired by classic pocket watch design, this watch offers something unique at an affordable price point, and embodies our commitment to combining classic styles with innovative watchmaking techniques.
Powered by the Seagull TY2709 Automatic Jumping Hour movement, the hour window is positioned at 12 for legibility, providing a satisfying click change over every hour. Its silvered stamped multi-layered guilloche dial gives this collection an air of class and quality, complimenting each case finishing respectively.
The minute hand is heat blued, contrasting against the dial for ultimate readability. This additionally compliments the blue minute markers which surround the edge of the dial, alongside the heat blued hand on the seconds subdial.
Due to the success of the W-01, we are proud to introduce the W-01 Generation 2. These two new additions are available with either a black or white, and feature a heavily lacquered gloss dial which reflects vintage timepieces with enamel dials.
The white dial version is complimented by a polished rose gold tone case, and completed with heat blued hands. An additional splash of colour is added on the white dial seen on the hour numerals in red.
The same case (made from 316L stainless steel) shape is used for both the W-01 and W-02, with minimal differences which transform the design of each piece. Sitting comfortably at 37mm, with a lug-to-lug size of 47mm, the Workshop collection fits 18mm straps making it a perfect choice for anyone who is looking for a vintage dress watch. Maintaining the vintage style, the W-01 features a double domed acrylic crystal. Want to know more? Explore the collection today here, or take a look at the rest of our Workshop collection here!
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