Codek Watches

Watchmaking really is a fine art and making the sort of timepieces that are going to resonate with men everywhere is certainly no easy feat but it is something that has been accomplished by an excellent new watch brand by the name of Codek Watches and their first class flagship offering, the Spiral Watch, which we’re very much loving the look of here at Coolector HQ. Stylish, elegant and affordable, it undoubtedly ticks all of our boxes.

Codek Watches operate out of San Francisco and boast a highly striking aesthetic to their Swiss made Spiral Watches that are sure to appeal to those men who like a classy looking accessory on their wrist. The Spiral Watch from Codek really is a sight to behold and certainly one of the most visually appealing timepieces we’ve seen so far this year at Coolector HQ. This magnificent looking accessory has been born from a real passion for mechanical watches and this is something that really does shine through in its considerably compelling aesthetic. To make matters even better, these watches come with free worldwide shipping.

Substance & Style

There is a really unique visual style to the Spiral Watch from Codek that gives it a look and feel all of its own and for those horology aficionados that like something that bit different for their watch collection, this is sure to fit the bill. The eye-catching and devilishly dapper Codek Spiral Watch takes its design inspiration from the inner workings of mechanical timepieces and it immediately draws the eye and has the sort of universal appeal that makes it ideally suited for everyday wear.

Quality is something that will be immediately apparent with the Spiral Watch from Codek and all of the timepieces that this San Francisco based brand produce are manufactured and assembled in Switzerland, with the straps being crafted in the USA, and the timepieces are tested and regulated by an AWCI certified watchmaker in California to ensure they meet the required quality each and every time. The dial is one of the most aesthetically appealing you’re likely to encounter and has hour indices which add a playful tension as they do not conform to a single standard length. The embossed waves shimmer in different lighting environments — at times blending into the background, and at other times forming the highlight of the dial.

This  Swiss Made, 38mm automatic watch is powered by a modified ETA 2824-2 movement which is a top quality component which points to the overall excellence of this Spiral series of watches from Codek. There are two colour options to pick from with the dials, these being Midnight Blue with white indices and hands sporting an orange painted tip, and Opaline White with black indices and hands sporting a red painted tip. The case is made from 316L stainless steel for a pleasing aesthetic and robust performance which will make sure that this is the watch you reach for when you leave the house each day.

Delicious Details

It’s when you really dig down into the details of the Spiral Watch from Codek that you realise what a special timepiece it is and it boasts a dateless design which in turn means the crown stem has been modified so that there is only one position. To deliver the effortlessly smooth feel, the crown is precisely measured to integrate seamlessly with the crown guards. In addition to this, the polished rehaut reflects the applied indices, which are painted on the top and polished on the sides to ensure legibility while maintaining an understated sparkle which is impossible to ignore.

Codek Watches might be relative newcomers to the watchmaking market but the quality and style of the Spiral Watch showcases that they are certainly wasting no time in making their mark. Undoubtedly one of the most attractive and unusual watches you’re likely to encounter, the Codek Spiral Watch is pleasingly affordable, with prices starting at $600 which, in our opinion here at The Coolector, is a small price to pay for such an attractive and well made timepiece.

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Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.