Hands on review – The Alf Norrsken Watch – coming soon to Kickstarter

The Alf Norrsken Watch grabs your attention straight away when you first see it, its square design and classic looking dial are contemporary looking with vintage flavours.

The 40mm square Case with polished back wear very nicely on the wrist, not too big and not to small, but as a smart daily wear just about right.


  • Case: 40 x 40 mm 316L Surgical Steel Case
  • Dial: Sandwich Dial
  • Movement: Automatic Miyota Cal.8245
  • Crystal: AR Coated Sapphire Crystal
  • Lume: Superluminova BGW9
  • Crown: Logo Engraved Crown
  • Strap: Tapered Genuine Leather Strap
  • Box: Leather Box

The specs are spot as can be seen above, surgical steel, sapphire crystal, custom crown, leather strap and an automatic Miyota at the heart.

The 8245 is a non hacking movement, but due to the fact is a sub dial type movement it never seems to be as important in some conversations.

The piece is available in three colours when it launches, blue, black and white as featured. The classical sandwich dial looks great in all three colours, the blue being very alluring indeed.

The fluted sides of the case add a nice tactile feel to the watch and compliment the dials design nicely. It is quite a striking appearance when you first open the leather box.

The offset sub dial is a very interesting choice for a modern watch, some will love it, some will not, it’s a very personal choice how we see the creative aesthetics of others.

Check out the Alf Watch Website for updates of their release and follow them on social media. The Alf watch will stand out from the crowd on Kickstarter at its early price as advertised $299




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