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The Aoraki

One purpose, infinite adventures

The line-up

Four different dial/handset options instead of different colours. Choose a design that suits your adventurous spirit.


Our take on a modern ‘Dirty Dozen’ field watch. The ‘Vector’ has some of the same design DNA as the Kruger SE model but adds in Arabics at 3, 6, 9 and 12. The bold arrow hand provides excellent real estate for lume and complements the dial perfectly.



The German Luftwaffe pilots of WWII wore one of two different pilot watch designs, Flieger type A or type B. This version is inspired by the former with its rhombus shaped hands and the iconic triangle and dots horizon signifying 12 o’clock.


An iconic dial design for the American military, with a secondary 24-hour Arabics track. For an even more tool-like aesthetic, we accentuated the syringed nature of the handset – allowing it to be more precise and broader to accommodate more lume.


Named after the typeface used for cockpit instruments in the F-14 fighter jet, the Milspec takes design cues from aviation instruments, with longer minute track markers and a clean minimalist handset.



Velvet black with X1-C3 and BGW9 SuperLuminova luminous markers.


Miyota 82S5 automatic movement with hacking and hand winding.


High-grade 316L brushed stainless steel. 20,000A/m antimagnetic


Flat sapphire with inner and outer anti-reflective coating.

Water resistance



Genuine leather bund strap and secondary olive nylon strap.



Pre-orders: USD$349. Retail: USD$399

Prices excluding tax. Import taxes and duty may apply.

Launching in April 2023








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Engineered for longevity

Viton™️ rubber gasket on the case back for reduced wear due to sweat and other chemicals, making the Aoraki more reliable in the long run.

An internal Faraday cage – a soft-metal surround – protects the movement from interfering magnetic fields of up to  20,000 A/m.

Assembled in New Zealand

A Draken first, the Aoraki will be assembled here in Aotearoa New Zealand, and is another exciting step showing our commitment to watchmaking in New Zealand.