Defakto is a German firm that is no more peculiar to Worn & Wound. Fabricated in Pforzheim, Germany by Ickler (which likewise works Limes and Archimede), Defakto is essentially known for its extraordinary pared-down plans like the one-gave Eins and the Kinetik . It’s a sort of moderation that effectively blends reductive plan in with intense, realistic components. The Vektor is Defakto’s most recent, and it completely encapsulates that ethos.
The Vektor’s 39mm case is totally measured for this style of a watch (as a state of comparison, consider that the Max Bill automatics are additionally 39mm). The watch is additionally very slight, estimating simply 9.8mm which incorporates the domed acrylic gem. An open case ease flaunts the moderately standard Miyota 9015, an emphatically spec’d outsider type from the Japanese giant.
The moderate dark dial with white markers includes a powerful fly of shading from the red handset. The hands are twisted by hand to coordinate the vault of the dial, a touch of motivation pulled from the past. The marking here is insignificant, and there’s no additional content on the dial. A second dial variation is white with dark markers and hands.
Watch the review underneath for our full contemplations on the Vektor.
Defakto Vektor Video Review
Case Stainless steel Movement Miyota 9015 Dial Black Lume N/A Lens Domed acrylic Strap Black calfskin Water Resistance 30m Dimensions 39mm x 44mm Thickness 9.8mm Lug Width 20mm Crown Push/pull Warranty Yes Price $645
All in all, the Defakto Vektor is another strong contribution from the German brand. There’s a great deal to like here. It’s insignificant, however striking, with a great deal of effect without being tyrannical. Defakto watches, much the same as those from Limes and Archimede, consistently punch well over their weight and in the metal, the watch looks and feels great. And at $645, it’s unequivocally valued for a German-made watch, and one deserving of thought if the stylish is as you would prefer. Defakto