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Line drawing of the Aittokoski Fractalis watch.

Fractalis is more than a watch; it is an innovative masterpiece that blends the best of traditional and futuristic features, creating a stunning harmony of engineering and art. The watch's strong and clean lines embody a sense of masculine strength without any hint of vulgarity. The original and unique design of Fractalis conveys a sense of precision, masterful craftsmanship, unwavering durability, and resolute toughness.

With its impeccable wrist presence and visually pleasing aesthetic, Fractalis is the perfect fusion of form and function, making it the ultimate accessory that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Line drawing of the hexagonal Aittokoski R-27 watch.

In crafting the R-27, we have drawn inspiration from one of the strongest structures found in nature: the hexagon. This elemental shape has been forged into a distinctive, valiant watch that is both timeless and bold.

The design of the R-27 is clean, robust, and exudes a sense of power and strength, making a strong statement on the wrist. Despite its substantial appearance, this watch is reasonably sized, with the smallest transverse distance of the hexagon measuring only 41mm, thickness of 11.1mm, and a lug-to-lug distance of 48mm. Weighing only 89 grams without the strap, the R-27 proves that a watch can be both sturdy and lightweight.

The R-27 is a timepiece that transcends the realm of ordinary watches, fusing nearly brutal design and Deepest Black dial as art that exudes confidence and sophistication.

The design process of the Quantalor was driven by the desire to combine a highly technical appearance with elegance and impeccable wearing comfort.

Every facet of the design has been meticulously evolved to achieve a delicate balance between a technological look and an elegant timeless style. The result is a watch that isn't merely a timekeeping device but rather aspires to weave a narrative of innovation and sophistication, all crafted in a form that offers a delightful and substantial wrist presence.


The Argyron follows the same hereditary lines as the Fractalis but is purpose-built to serve specifically as a diver's watch. The main design follows the same principles as the Fractalis and bears clear visual kinship, but with a slightly bulkier case and increased pressure resistance of up to 30 bar. Additionally, the Argyron has a rotating lockable bezel and a diver-type dial with specially arranged tritium illumination.

The name Argyron refers to the diving bell spider Argyroneta aquatica, which is the only species of spider known to live almost entirely underwater.

Currently, the Argyron is under development and is expected to be released during 2024.

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