My first Credor.
The Eichi I was released in 2014 in platinum, but at 35 mm in diameter, I was not tempted as I found the watch too small. So when Credor released the 39mm Eichi II, I made the plunge. Similar to the first generation, the dial is made of porcelain (Eichi I was made with Noritake porcelain) but the porcelain used in Eichi II was unnamed. True to tradition, the watch prides itself with a minimalist design, after eliminating the power reserve indicator. Some of you may know that the studio in fact sent a team of watchmakers to learn brushing and finishing skills from Philippe Dufour. Just take a look at the markers - they are all hand-painted and the effect is truly remarkable,
Roughly 25 pieces are produced each year.