The Morar by Marloe Watch Company is built to last in the harshest of conditions. Taking its name from Loch Morar in Scotland, the deepest body of water in Britain at 310 meters, the Morar is designed for such depths whilst completely at home on dry land. With a solid stainless steel case and 120-click uni-directional bezel, not to mention the sapphire crystal and anti-magnetic caseback, the Morar will take pretty much anything you throw at it.
At MWC we follow very few rules except one; nothing unnecessary. If it doesn’t need to be there, it shouldn’t be there. By following this ethos it allows us to design freely and accurately, knowing that only the elements that bring utility and clarity to the design will make the cut.
As such the Morar is, in our humble opinion, a watch in the purest form; no aesthetic quirks, no luxury materials and no claims of status. It is a robust, beautifully made, expertly engineered instrument that can withstand almost any environment.
All roads really do lead here, and that place is Morar.