A German Watch Brand Releases an Affordable, Super-Slim Mechanical Watch

At less than $650 and 7mm thick, it’s a steal.

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Defakto, a German-based micro brand that specializes in minimal Bauhaus watches, has just released its latest timepiece, and it might just be its best yet. The new Vektor is, according to Defakto, a “retro-futuristic” design, and while I’d suggest it’s more of a classic Bauhaus look, there’s no doubt that it’s a handsome timepiece given its convex dial, elongated indices and slender hands. The case itself is 39mm in diameter, but, more impressively, it’s only 6.8mm thick — quite the feat given the watch is powered by an automatic mechanical Miyota movement.

Two colorways are available: white with black accents or black with white and orange hands (a color scheme we can definitely get behind). Both are available now and will only cost around $623 (537 Euros).

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