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    Miami Watch Company: Viperidae Series [Available on IndieGoGO]


    Viperidae - by definition, a family of venomous snakes found all over the world.

    Hi! We're Miami Watch Company (MWC). We are a team of horology masters and creative designers from sunny South Florida.Between all managing partners, there is approximately 20 years of combined professional experience in watchmaking and design. We’ve been manufacturing watches and developing individual watch components for other companies and individual entrepreneurs for many years. When we set out to create the first line of MWC timepieces, our objective was to portray the aggressive and uncompromised style which would be worn by the watch aficionados from all over the world. For this post, we'd like to introduce our series at a high level and all of the forthcoming entries will focus on each individual model. Enough words, more images:

    The Black Mamba: The All Black model
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    King Snake: Rosegold case with White hammered Dial
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    Cape Cobra: Rose gold case with Black Dial
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    Gaboon Viper: Stainless Steel case with Black Dial.
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

    Case

    • 3 parts case, 316L surgery steel
    • Solid screw down caseback, 42mm Diameter
    • Bezel – 2 step
    • Crown – screw down “onion” crown
    • Scratch resistant Sapphire crystal that allows an optimum clarity of the dial (9 moh hardness)
    • Sapphire crystal with double anti reflective coating inside, rotatable reflector ring made of ceramic and filled with Vintage Super Luminova.
    • Waterproof – 20ATM


    Mechanism


    • Self-winding Automatic NH35 movement
    • Functions – central hour, minute and seconds hands


    Dial


    • High gloss finishing, applied indexes filled with Vintage Super Luminova
    • 3 Hands filled with Super-Luminova: Hour, Minute, Second


    Bracelet


    • Heavy duty canvas strap and several other leather
    • Strap options are available which you will be able to select prior to your purchase
    • Stainless steel dornbuckle


    Thank you for your attention!


    Updated 11.10: Different straps option
    Updated 13.10: Our Previous experience

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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Movements? Prices? Website? Nice looking watches.



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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    not at all affiliated with them, but I did find this Miami Watch Company | Best watches ever
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Based on the info on that site, prices seem to be around $250 now (MSRP seems to be $350). Not bad for automatics with NH35...
    Either way... this looks interesting. Not bad at all, imo.
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Agreed. I like it too simply because it's good value.
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Quote Originally Posted by X2-Elijah View Post
    Based on the info on that site, prices seem to be around $250 now (MSRP seems to be $350). Not bad for automatics with NH35...
    Either way... this looks interesting. Not bad at all, imo.
    Hi folks,

    We will be launching on Crowdfunding (IndieGoGo) at the end of this Month with several perks. One of the perks for a single watch will be $199. Our website is being update as we speak which will be update this week with more details on Crowd funding campaign. Thanks for check us out.
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Decent design, good movement, well sized cases. As usual with such ventures, it will be the actual finish quality, prompt delivery and customer service that will determine success and true value for money. Also, providing detailed information to potential buyers is key to trust and success.
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Really like the look of the Gaboon Viper. Do you have a mailing list to sign up for so I can know when it goes live on indiegogo? $199 is a pretty tempting price :)
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Quote Originally Posted by KarmaToBurn View Post
    Really like the look of the Gaboon Viper. Do you have a mailing list to sign up for so I can know when it goes live on indiegogo? $199 is a pretty tempting price :)
    Hi KarmaToBurn - thanks for your interest! Currently, we do not have the mailing list yet, but we will be sure to post on this forum once we are launched. Some additional info can be found on our website as well Miami Watch Company | Uncompromised Quality at Affordable Pricing
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    Re: MWC: Viperidae Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Popoki Nui View Post
    Movements? Prices? Website? Nice looking watches.

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    Movement: NH35 Self-winding Automatic, Crowdfunding Price $199 (Retail $299), website miamiwatch.company. Thanks!
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