Norqain has also announced a pair of watches in their smaller 40mm Indepence case with striking gradient dials, a first for Norqain. The options here are a smokey brown and a dark green, and each has a “scratched” finish that Norqain has employed in the past, and is applied by hand. The same case size is also used for what appears to be a very nicely executed ladies piece, with a light green mother-of-pearl dial that Norqain is calling “mint” for this release, and is accented with a total of 12 diamonds on the dial and another 60 on the bezel. The retail price for ladies piece is $6,250, and the brown and green gradient dial references come in at $2,990.
What is perhaps the buried lead here is the debut of a new bracelet with a clasp that allows for 9mm of on-the-fly micro-adjustment. This is a feature that has really become essential for many on any good modern sports watch, so it’s nice to see Norqain including this feature on these new anniversary pieces. Norqain says that the new bracelet will be coming to other collections as new watches are introduced throughout the year, which is another welcome sign from the brand.
The five new watches celebrating Norqain’s anniversary launch, coinciding with the Zermatt Unplugged music festival, which we told you about previously right here. More information can be found on Norqain’s website.