Levenaig 41 is a handmade watch (apart from movement and strap) manufactured in my own workshop, in Sweden. Most notable about the design is the cylindrical bronze part of the case, which on the first Levenaig 41 came from an old marine propeller shaft bearing. The case’s glass back offers a good view of the mechanical movement.
The watch (including strap, manual and certificate of authenticity) comes in a handmade wooden box.
Since Levenaig Watches manufactures both serial and custom watches, you are free to suggest design changes. Such design modifications may however affect the price.
To inquire about availability please contact me directly here.
|Movement||Miyota 8215 or Sellita SW200|
|Functions||Hours (centre), minutes (centre)|
|Case||Ø41 mm / height 12 mm / strap width 20 mm; Bronze case with titanium back; Mineral crystal both front and back|
|Dial||Polished aluminium dial with Levenaig logotype and twelve see-through holes|
|Crown||Levenaig Basic; Bronze|
|Water Resistance||5 ATM|
The first watch I designed and manufactured. I wanted it to mirror my strong connection to the world of maritime technology. I happened to find an old propeller shaft bearing (made of bronze) in my father’s workshop which turned out to be the perfect starting point for the case. Its lugs were soldered to the cylindrical bronze piece and a matching case back was turned. For the front- and back glass, I smashed an old photo frame and ground two of the shards into circular watch glasses. Rather than adding numbers or dots along the dial rim, I chose to drill holes straight through the dial.