Kuppel Two-Hand Sub-Second Brown Kvadrat Wool Watch

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Kuppel Two-Hand Sub-Second Brown Kvadrat Wool Watch

SKU SKW6895 SKW6895
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Product Details

Sku: SKW6895
Case Size: 44 mm
Movement: Three Hand
Platform: KUPPEL
Strap Material: Fabric
Strap Colour: Brown
Case Water Resistance: 5 ATM
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Case Colour: Black
Dial Colour: Black
Strap Width: 22 mm
Closure: Single Prong Strap Buckle
Strap Inner Circumference: 200 +/- 5 mm
Crystal Type: Mineral
Battery Type: SR626SW
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the kuppel kvadrat collection

the kuppel kvadrat collection

For autumn, we have chosen Kvadrat textile to craft durable wool straps in tawny colours for added texture to our Kuppel watch collection. We’ve merged the tactile allure of their high-performance Sabi textile with the modern minimalism of our Kuppel collection for a design-forward fusion of texture and timekeeping.

Image of the complete collection of Skagen watches with Kvadrat straps
Close up image of the Kvadrat Sabi strap

strap material

Created by Copenhagen-based designer Louise Sigvardt for Kvadrat, the Sabi textile uses a traditional dobby weave crafted with post-industrial recycled and virgin wool. Coloured layers enhance its rich palette with a visual depth that creates a multidimensional effect.

the kuppel collection

In Denmark, Kuppel is defined as a “dome.” The uncluttered aesthetic of this watch illustrates that concept to perfection: A sculptural dial contouring upwards to the crystal, while the convex subdial domes are set just below the surface.

the kuppel collection

In Denmark, Kuppel is defined as a “dome.” The uncluttered aesthetic of this watch illustrates that concept to perfection: A sculptural dial contouring upwards to the crystal, while the convex subdial domes are set just below the surface.

Collection image of the Kuppel watches by Skagen