At 46 millimeters, the Harding Speedmax won’t go unnoticed on the wrist, which is to be expected from a company with a bull for a logo. Behind the large case is significant function, like a chronograph with a 60-minute and 24-hour subdial, plus a date window positioned at 4. Though it doesn’t have hour markers, the time is easily distinguished thanks to numerals in increments of five around the outer chapter ring—not to mention the lumed hands for visibility. Crafted from stainless steel, the case is rather thick. From the side it looks like a layered cake, an aesthetic choice that matches the crown. Water resistant to 100 meters, the Speedmax is good to go through a rough storm or a dip in the pool.
Note: At checkout, choose between the HS0502 (limited to 30 units) and HS0503 (limited to 25 units) models.
One cold spring night in Switzerland, seven friends came together with an idea to create a new kind of watch, to challenge the industry status quo. Pulling experience from all different areas—from design and production to sales and distribution—each member played a key role in the company’s inception. A year later in 2014 Harding was born. Based in Uri, Switzerland, the home of the fearless marksman William Tell, Harding prides itself on bold designs that aim to thrill. That approach is visible in the company’s shield: a lively bull with widespread horns.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Aug 3, 2018 PT.
After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.