Morar - Black Edition

  • Limited Edition - 250 pieces

    The dial is the watch. This is the action zone, the place where everything must be in proportion and legible. We have designed the Black Edition dial to be instantly clear, regardless of environment. The dial surface features a sand texture, a nod to the sea-bed, and has a radially brushed ring around the outside detailing the minute markings. The sand-coloured logo and 'Black Edition' wording is raised off the dial, unique to this special edition, standing in contrast to the darkness.

    The dial markings are inspired by the shape of shells - the cardinal points all reference bi-valve shells with the “12” marking echoing the bezel pip. Around the dial you’ll see the deeply engraved bezel which can be rotated to the minute hand, giving a 60-minute window of reference. The '310' denotes its water resistance, which is a doff of the proverbial to the depth of Loch Morar, which is an astonishing 310 metres.

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    • Japanese Made Miyota 9039 automatic mechanical movement
    • 28,800 bph / 4hz 
    • 24 jewels 
    • Hacking function
    • Handwinding capability
    • Parashock anti-shock
    • 40hr power reserve 
    • -10 ~ +30 sec/day
    • 40mm diameter
    • Bronze plated 316L stainless steel
    • Screw-down crown
    • Uni-directional 120-click bezel
    • 20mm lug width, 48mm lug-to-lug
    • 12.4mm thick
    • 30.3mm sapphire crystal w/ AR coating
    • 310m / 1006ft water resistance
    • ISO rated luminous compound
    • Sequential numbering
    • 101.3g 

The Spirit of the Loch

Loch Morar is situated on the North Western coast of Lochaber in the West Highlands and is a stone’s throw away from Mallaig; the main port for the small isles and Skye. The loch itself is incredibly long and vastly deep, fed with fresh water from the mountains that surround it.

One inhabitant has traversed the ages and remains to this day a mystery; Morag, as she’s affectionately known, is said to have lived in this loch for centuries. It is said that Morag is around 30 feet long, with rough skin and three dorsal humps, and we can’t help but be enamoured by this creature of folklore. So much so we placed her on our caseback.

Designed for the Depths. At Home in the Heights.

The Morar is built to perform in the harshest environments - whether you're 100 metres below sea level or 1,000 metres above it. Taking its name from Loch Morar in Scotland, the deepest body of water in Britain, the Morar is designed for such depths, yet complete