Exclusive preview: The 2016 Geckota K-01

Exclusive preview: The 2016 Geckota K-01

Tim Vaux




Everything you need to know about the NEW Geckota K1! This new version will feature a smaller case size and a new movement, read on to find out all about it...

Over the past few weeks we have been posting images and sneak peeks at some new watch prototypes. We have received a lot of great comments and feedback on our Facebook and Instagram with many people eager to learn more about the watches.

This new version features a smaller case size and a new movement. We have also added some colour to the dial with the release of a blue sun burst version.

We are now pleased to release exclusive details and specs on the new K-01 models! Here is all you need to know:

General Specifications
Solid 316L stainless steel case
Individually numbered
Screw-in case back with classic aircraft graphic
Easy to read matt black dial with BGW9 Super-LumiNova indices
Bevelled-edge scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Large hands filled BGW9 Super-LumiNova
Renowned SII (Seiko) NH35 automatic movement
Water-resistant to 10 atm / 100 meters

Case Dimensions
Case diameter (exc. crown): 40mm
Large screw in crown for easy adjustment: 8mm
Case Thickness: 13mm
Lug to lug size: 44mm
Lug width: 20mm (strap not supplied)
Weight: 75g

The Geckota K-01 is one of our most popular watch head we sell and we are exciting to share all of this information with you as our range keeps evolving each year.

These watch heads will be available in four different dial designs as well as a sun-burst blue and matt black colour way.

The new K-01's will be available for pre-order very soon!

All updates on the new watches and new stock is posted on our social media's Facebook and Instagram.

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About the Author: Tim Vaux

I don't think I can remember a time in my life when watches weren't in my life. I've been writing about watches online for a handful of years now, enjoying every moment of it. I'm passionate about experiencing the world of watches and translating those experiences via articles and images for the wider audience to consume.

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