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The unisex Defakto Vektor builds a bridge between classical 1950s design and modern minimalist aesthetics. It offers a retro-futuristic design embodied by a convex plexiglas dial circumnavigated by manually shaped hands.
The finely drawn indexation and the thin, rounded hands with disc-like hearts make up the modern, puristic character of the Defakto Vektor. Its thin, two-piece 39 mm stainless steel watch case is polished on top and back while being brushed on the side to achieve a subtle interplay of surfaces and to highlight the Defakto Vektor’s flat body.
The built in automatic movement Miyota 9015 (made in Japan) offers a power reserve of 42 hours and displays time via its elegant, smoothly-rotating sweeping second hand, running constantly through the curved space of the watch.
Two-piece 39 mm stainless steel watchcase (316L), 6.8 mm high, brushed and polished
Automatic movement Miyota 9015, made in Japan
Engraved see-through case back, stainless steel (316L), brushed and polished
Matt white dial, convex
Light, matt black rounded hands, manually shaped
Flowing, sweeping second hand
Ergonomic clasp with engraved Defakto logo
German-made cowhide strap
Water resistant to 3 atm
Made in Pforzheim, Germany
Height including sphered Plexiglas dome 9.8mm
39 mm x 44 mm x 9,8 mm, weight 52g
This item ships worldwide.
Defakto takes the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 14 days for an exchange or refund.
Aiming to find the perfect symbiosis between form and function, Defakto recall the teachings of the Bauhaus design movement while maintaining a strong contemporary aesthetic, to produce a timeless selection of modern watches.
Every aspect of the watch is made personally by the brand founder, Raphael, from idea, design, construction, watchmaking, logistics and photography, including the Defakto watch cases that are manufactured by the family-owned factory – Ickler GmbH in Pforzheim, Germany.