I recently received the Huckleberry & Co. Atticus Products | Huckleberry & Co. (originally named Archibald on their Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ic-watch-by-ha) and overall I'm quite satisfied with the watch.
It's a bauhaus/minimalist watch with flat sapphire and a Miyota 9132 automatic movement.
Official measurements from their website:It is the first watch I buy from a Kickstarter campaign, I liked the overall design and gave it a try. There was a bit of shipping delay but I wasn't in a hurry.- Face diameter 40mm
- Height 11.7mm
- Lug width 20mm
- Case length including lug 48mm
- Full length including strap 24.5cm
The price at Kickstarter started at about 288$/253€ plus shipping, which I think it was good considering the characteristics of the watch. Fortunately I was lucky and I didn't have to pay extra custom duties or taxes on arrival.
A few pictures from reviews and from the company, not mine:
It looks thicker than it's as the height is almost the same across the whole case. It's about 10,5mm at the edges and about 12mm at the center (about 0,5mm thicker than a SARB033 at the center). But I guess the extra thickness at the edges will make it a bit less comfortable to wear with shirts in comparison with a more traditional case shape.
It has the Miyota 9132 movement, the same movement as the well known Junkers 6060-5 Bauhaus Junkers 6060-5 - features
This is the first watch I have with a Miyota 9000 series (I already have a watch with a 8000 series movement) and it seems to run nicely so far.
I have the rose gold version with brown strap. I think maybe it would look better with a darker shade of brown.
As far as I know it's not an homage, I think they picked design clues from several bauhaus style watches, but it reminds a bit like a Nomos Metro and Lambda mix:
Huckleberry and Co Archibald Watch Review | Watch It All About
Hands-on with the Huckleberry & Co. Archibald - worn&wound
Huckleberry & Co. Archibald â€” hands-on review | WatchPaper