What is rather impressive these days is that we see brands emerging as mushrooms grow in October… Like it or not, however, something should be noticed. While previously passionate people were mainly able to fulfil their love watches only by collecting them, crowd-funding now allows them to actually create their own watches. This is a reality that even us, posh watch-lovers that we are here, can’t deny. Such a story is what lead to the creation of Corva fake watches. Behind this name are Indonesian collectors that study overseas. Their passion for the watch-world has driven them into the decision to make their own brand.
Corva diving fake watches.
The guys behind Corva Watches don’t hide their love for 1970s icons, such as the Royal Oak, the PP Nautilus, the GP Laureato or the Piaget Polo – all of them being icons of this era and proud representatives of what is called the “luxury sports watch” segment. Of course, Corva Watches plays in another league and the creators never intended to fight with such high-end emblematic pieces, yet, you can feel a certain influence in the design of the Corva Watches Saxodate – there are 1970s codes all around, which is clearly not to disappoint us.
The dial of the Corva Watches Saxodate is in the same vein: clean, simple and focussed on the essential. Yet, there are some nice details, such as the applied markers. Both the indexes and the hands have luminous material, to bring night-time visibility. Three versions will be available: white or black as standard versions, and a limited edition to 150 pieces (only on Kickstarter) with a gradient midnight blue dial – darker on the periphery of the dial.
Stainless steel case fake Corva watches.
Inside the case and visible through the sapphire crystal caseback of the Corva Watches Saxodate replica is an automatic movement. Indeed, to power the watch, the guys at Corva Watches have chosen to use Seiko, and their NE15 movement. This movement, with a comfortable 50h power reserve, is known to be reliable and accurate enough. It features a bi-directional winding, the Diashock antishock system, 24 jewels, ticks at 21,600bph, and is manufactured by Seiko Time Instrument. it displays the time with 3 hands (hours, minutes, seconds) and the date in a window at 3.