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anOrdain and Paulin showcase independent Scottish watchmaking in a new timepiece called the Neo. The watch features a dial that is laser cut from aluminum, which is then anodized and then sent to artist Helen Swan, who hand-dyes each dial individually before sending them to anOrdain. anOrdain then takes the dials and pad-prints Paulin's new "Wim" typeface onto the surface with an epoxy resin. The 38mm watch also features a Hesalite dive crystal, a Seiko NH35A automatic movement with a 41-hour power reserve, a metal or glass case back, and it can be fitted to a leather strap or mesh steel bracelet. 

From £395 (approx. $515),

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