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Introducing the Itay Noy ReOrder

Introducing the Itay Noy ReOrder

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Itay Noy will be recognizable to some Worn & Wound perusers, yet for anybody out there for whom his name doesn’t sound familiar, a fast preliminary: situated in Jaffa, Israel, Itay Noy is a genuine free watchmaker, delivering watches of his own plan, by hand, to arrange, in his devoted studio at a pace of around 150 units each year. Known for his extraordinary complications and dial formats, Noy’s work will in general be on the unconventional, philosophical, and imaginative side. His watches, from various perspectives, fill in as an insightful contemplation on the importance of time and time telling, and all from his own interesting point of view. His most recent piece, the ReOrder, is no exemption.


Itay Noy ReOrder

  • Case Material: Stainless steel
  • Dial: Gold, blue, white
  • Dimensions: 44mm
  • Crystal: Sapphire 
  • Water Resistance: 5 ATM
  • Crown: Push/pull
  • Movement: Caliber IN.IP13 (an in-house altered Unitas)
  • Strap/bracelet: Handmade cowhide band with twofold collapsing fasten
  • Price: $6,800
  • Expected Release: Available to arrange now through Itay Noy’s site

Let’s start with the ReOrder’s exceptional strategy for perusing the time, since the dial, from the outset, doesn’t share much in common with a customary watch. You’ll notice after looking into it further, notwithstanding, that the ReOrder does to be sure incorporate the run of the mill three-hand format, with the moment hand being by a wide margin the most conspicuous. The running seconds and hour pointers are consigned to a little hand and a little plate, separately, on an inward area of the dial. These hands are “hidden” away on the grounds that Noy probably needs the wearer’s regard for center around the Arabic numerals that have been cut into the dial in an apparently irregular request. Step by step, each mathematical window is featured by a differentiating hued circle moving under. As a general rule, the request for the numerals on the dial isn’t arbitrary at all — they’re organized in an amazed counter-clockwise pattern. The ReOrder fills in as both a specialized accomplishment for Itay Noy as a watchmaker, and as a test to the proprietor to completely consider time itself. It’s likewise fun, and for watch sweethearts inspired by various time telling readouts, this watch will hold a ton of allure.

All of Itay Noy’s watches are restricted versions, and the ReOrder will be delivered in a release of only 24 pieces for each dial tone. The ReOrder is accessible in blue, gold, and white, in a 44mm hardened steel case. At that size, and with a strange dial, the ReOrder makes certain to have a huge load of wrist presence and start a ton of fascinating conversations. 

Noy’s work is intriguing for a great deal of reasons, yet one of the enormous ones is the draw of requesting a uniquely crafted piece from a genuine free watchmaker for a measure of cash that addresses a minuscule part of the commonplace expense of passage into bespoke haute horlogerie. Itay Noy’s watches range in cost from $2,400 to $9,800, which is in no way, shape or form reasonable, however considering the extraordinariness and the individual touch set on each watch, there’s a distinct incentive here if your preferences line up with Noy’s.  Itay Noy