CLASSIC JUMPING HOUR
18K rose gold
A linear-read jumping hour that marries functionality with flair in dress-watch form.
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- Tech Spec
- Style Guide
- In the Know
- Info & Delivery
Launched in the brand’s 10th year, the Classic collection is a bit of a departure for the DeWitt. The idea was to create a more understated selection of watches, with pure lines, unfussy dials and a more enduring aesthetic. The cases are thinner than the Academia and Twenty-8-Eight collections, but the imperial column motif – the signature crenellations that nod to DeWitt’s Napoleonic connections – remain steadfast.
This Jumping Hour is technically the most complex Classic, but while at first glance it may also seem complex in terms of legibility, it is surprisingly sensible, as the perfectly proportioned discs draw your eye across the dial the way a sentence does across a page.
In a warm tribute to mechanical watchmaking so dear to Jérôme de Witt, founder of the Manufacture, the jumping hour offers a fun and unusual way of telling the time.
- Material: 18K rose gold
- 18-carat rose gold crown, polished and brushed, “W” signature
- Sapphire crystal case back
- Dimensions: 40 x 10.6 mm
- Mechanical self-winding "DWHSA" movement with Dewitt design rotor with “Côtes de Genève” pattern
- Diameter: 26.20mm
- Power reserve: 42 hours
- Frequency: 28,800 vph
- 21 jewels
Functions & Indications
- Displays: Jumping hours aperture, minute counter at 9 o'clock, seconds counter at 3 o'clock
- White dial with sunray pattern
- Counters with circle appliques in rose gold
- Water resistance: 30 metres / 3 ATM
- Black alligator strap
- 18K rose gold pin buckle, polished, engraved “W” signature
In The Know
“In a tribute to mechanical watchmaking so dear to Jérôme de Witt, founder of the Manufacture, the jumping hour offers a fun and unusual way of telling the time.” WorldTempus
“Dewitt, which unveiled its first timepiece in 2003, still uses traditional watchmaking techniques like the guilloche engraving on 18th and 19th century rose-engine machines.” Fashion Beans
“The DeWitt Classic collection remains faithful to the DeWitt DNA; a blend of character and understated elegance.” Watchuseek
Info & Delivery
Two year warranty from date of delivery
One year warranty offered after any service
Pieces should be returned to DeWitt, Rue du Pré-de-la-Fontaine 2, CP 27, CH-1217 Meyrin 1, Geneva, Switzerland.
- Watches with issues covered within the warranty: DeWitt offers the shipping costs (contact SKOLORR for more information before returning the piece) and the service
- Watches with issues not covered within the warranty: shipping be paid by the client, service costs be paid by the client after acceptance of the quote
Turnaround: about two to four weeks from the date of the receipt of the watch or from the date of acceptance of the quote by the client, where required. Watch to be returned to client upon receipt of full payment only, where required.
Shipping charge: complimentary by DeWitt
Non-contractual delivery time:
- Europe: about 6 to 9 working days upon receipt of payment, excluding any custom clearance delay
- US: about 6 to 9 working days upon receipt of payment, excluding any custom clearance delay
The brand reserves the right not to deliver to countries outside of the European Union and the United States
Return & Exchange
No return, no exchange
Our priority is customer satisfaction, therefore please do not hesitate to contact SKOLORR to discuss
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