The Kerrison watches are a modern play on the classic gentleman’s sport watch. Sturdy and bold enough for adventure, subtle and sophisticated enough to be worn with a blazer. The use of large numerals at three, nine and twelve keep legibility high, while a playful use of color adds a level of style and intrigue not typically found in the genre. The Kerrison is available in 38 and 42mm in order to accommodate a range of wrist sizes.
Powering the Kerrison is the Miyota 9015 automatic caliber. This Japanese-made movement is quickly becoming an industry workhorse, due to its reliability and delightfully thin profile. The 9015 features 24-jewels, date, hand-winding, 42-hour power reserve, a frequency of 28,800 bph (beats per hour) and hacking seconds (the second hand stops when the crown is pulled out).
Since bursting onto the scene in early 2014, Martenero has established themselves as one of the leading microbrands in the current watch landscape. Based in Brooklyn, New York, the brand offers a mix of classic concepts and modern design language to create something completely original to Martenero. These distinctive designs take cues from everything from pilots and field watches to classic dress pieces, but one of the standout pieces of the entire collection is a modernist take on the iconic marine chronometer- the Edgemere. The Edgemere adds a playful, preppy flair to marine chronometer style through all four of its colorways, making an often stodgy category feel relaxed and accessible.