Über-stylish WWII resistance fighters and the wildly beautiful landscapes of Norway combine in a watch that is both Bauhaus and burly.
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- Tech Spec
- Style Guide
- In the Know
- Info & Delivery
At first glance, this doesn’t immediately look like a Schofield; the dial is white for starters, there’s a date window and the whole thing has a touch of the Bauhaus about it. It’s not a coincidence that this watch looks and feels like a departure for Schofield because, rather than the wilds of the Sussex coastline, this time founder Giles Ellis looked to the deep fjords and snowscapes of Norway for inspiration.
It wasn’t just the country that influenced this watch, but rather the Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris film The Heroes of Telemark, which tells the story of the Norwegian resistance attempting to stop the German efforts to produce an atomic bomb component in WWII.
The asymmetric layout, with the date between four and five, is a reference to the watch Kirk Douglas wears in the film, while the graphic that resembles a naval contact mine, is a modification for the Unicode symbol for a lighthouse. The dial itself is known as a submarine dial meaning it can be read in low light. Reassuringly it retains the sizeable case and ETA 2824 powerhouse that have become Schofield signatures.
Just team it with a chunky roll-neck and peacoat to really play up the naval aesthetic.
Rather than the seas of Sussex, this is a watch inspired by the fjords and snow of Norway, the setting for the WWII film The Heroes of Telemark, from which this watch gets its design codes.
- Material: Vapour-blasted stainless steel with sapphire crystal and stainless steel caseback engraved with Jomfruland lighthouse
- Case: 44mm
- Movement: ETA 2824
- 38 hours power reserve
- Frequency: 28,800 vph
Functions & Indications
- Display: Hours, minutes, seconds and date
- Water-resistance: 200m
- Strap of your choice with brushed stainless steel and engraved buckle
In The Know
“Its designer Giles Ellis has been riding his self-made wave of design-inspired success right into the upper echelons of modern horology.” Cool Hunting
“The Schofield Telemark is very recognisable as being from the brand, primarily due to the case shape (when viewed in profile). It’s just very distinctive.” The Wrist Watch Review
“A watch to tell the time with [that] is supported by the highest levels of expertise in watchmaking and component manufacture from England to Germany and Switzerland.” Watch U Seek
Info & Delivery
Two years warranty from date of delivery
Pieces should be returned to Schofield, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the process to return the piece;
- Watches with issues covered under the warranty: Schofield shall bear the costs of shipping and service
- Watches with issues out-of-warranty: shipping costs are born by the client, service costs will be charged to the client after acceptance of the quote
Turnaround: about 8 weeks from the date of acceptance of the quote by the client and the receipt of the watch in the manufacture, where required. Watch to be returned to client upon receipt of full payment only, where required.
Shipping charge: Complementary by Schofield applicable only to watches, applied at checkout
Non-contractual delivery time once the piece is ready:
- Europe: about 2 to 5 working days upon receipt of payment, excluding any custom clearance delay
- US: about 3 to 6 working days upon receipt of payment, excluding any custom clearance delay
The brand reserves the right not to deliver to countries outside of Europe 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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