Haskell - Sand

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  • British Design. Swiss Made.

    Equally at home in the desert or on the underground, the Haskell Sand is a master of versatility and performance. The textured sandpaper dial colourway flits from glimmering golden desert to matte sandstone to white-sand beach, depending on how the light catches it. The Sand is the only Haskell to feature black polished applied marking, numerals and hands, giving the dial a distinguished and contemporary edge. The contrast between light and dark is stunning and provides exceptional readability to the wearer. All hands feature identical counter-weights, for that one moment each hour when they all line up perfectly - a small detail within a dial full of them.

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    • 40mm diameter, 9.4mm depth
    • Swiss Made Sellita SW-215-1 manual mechanical movement (28,800 bph)
    • Accuracy of +15/-8 seconds per day
    • Polished bespoke case
    • Sapphire crystal with AR coating
    • Quickset date complication
    • BG-W9 luminous treatment
    • Hacking function
    • 72g (with strap)
    • 20mm lugs
    • 10 ATM

Modern-Day Adventurer

The Haskell was designed with the modern day adventurer in mind, whether an urban wanderer, working through the bustling city commute, or a world traveller trekking through new environments; the Haskell is designed to be with you every step of the way.

Where will it take you?

British Exploration

On the 1st November 1911 Captain Robert Falcon Scott set out on the Terra Nova Expedition to reach the South Pole. Eleven weeks later the naval officer became the first British explorer to ever reach the pole, but sadly perished on his return journey.

The world was informed of the tragedy when Terra Nova reached land in New Zealand over a year later. Within days, Scott became a celebrated hero and national icon.

The Haskell was inspired by such British exploration, and is named after the Haskell Strait, the ocean passage which Scott crossed as he set off from Ross Island in Antarctica.

The Beating Heart

We have specified the dependable Swiss Made Sellita SW-215-1 manual winding mechanical movement for the Haskell. It’s a petite movement at 25.6mm in diameter, a mere sliver at 3.35mm thick and when fully wound will run for over 40 hours.

Despite this small frame, the SW-215-1 still beats at a brisk 28,800 bph; the running seconds hand moves around the dial at 8 beats per second. Compared to a quartz watch running at one beat per second, the Haskell displays a gloriously buttery smooth sweep to its running second hand. Evidence enough that something special ticks within.

Numbers with Meaning

The Haskell comes embossed with sequential numbering, so you know exactly which Haskell you have. We ship the earliest number available, but if you would like to enquire into a specific number please don't hesitate to ask.

The Devil's In The Detail

The Haskell Sand comes in our brand new watch box. A monolithic black cuboid opens up to reveal the beautifully crafted booklet, detailing how the Haskell came to be. Lifting the booklet reveals yet more; the letterpressed, hand-stamped collector's card sits within a precision cut recess and displays a quick reference guide on the reverse. The tray that holds the booklet and card can be removed revealing the Haskell below; don't forget to look on the underside of the tray, for it holds the phrase so deeply connected to MWC.
We're proud to offer the Haskell with a 5-year movement guarantee - if anything does go wrong we're on hand to repair or replace it for you.
We ship our watches worldwide using DHL - once your order's dispatched we'll email your tracking number so you can keep an eye on its progress.
If you aren't completely satisfied with your timepiece you have 30 days to return it to us for a full refund (must be unworn and in the original packaging).