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Alexander Shorokhoff AvantGarde Glocker Black
NOTE: Watch comes with black calf leather strap instead of ostrich leather as pictured.
Unique for its Mechanical Alarm
Alexander Shorokhoff's Glocker is a unique mechanical cricket alarm watch, thanks to the Poljot 2612 alarm movement it houses - which is based on the robust and reliable Swiss AS1475 movement by Adolf Schild.
Part of the AvantGarde collection, the Glocker features the signature big 60 numerals at 12 o'clock.
A standout detail for the Glocker is the 8 beautiful Mother of Pearl segments found between 5.30 and 9.30, with each segment in a colour that matches the colour of the sky at that timing.
The sound of the cricket alarm is fairly long and sonar as a result of the watch's extra-thin soundboard.
The beautifully-crafted Glocker is a worthy addition to the collection as mechanical alarm watches are a rare find.
About Alexander Shorokhoff
Alexander Shorokhoff was founded in 2003 in Alzenau, Germany by Alexander Shorokhov. The brand was borne out of Shorokhov’s desire to create watches with high standards of workmanship, quality and design.
Shorokhov’s designs are drawn from his Russian roots and the many countries and cultures he visits. Engravings and decorations painstakingly done by hand are signature traits of Alexander Shorokhoff, with a single master watchmaker being responsible for one watch from start to finish.
Truly, a piece of Art on the Wrist.
Limited edition: 100 pieces available worldwide
Case size: 43.5mm
Case material: Stainless steel
Case back: Stainless steel with soundboard on back
Movement type: Manual winding
Movement no.: AS2612
Power reserve: Approx 38hrs
Dial: Black-lacquered, with eight colorful mother-of-pearl sectors with an interval of 30 minutes; white-lacquered hour and minute hands, second hand in yellow
Glass: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
Water resistance: 5ATM
Strap type: Leather
Strap material: Ostrich
Buckle: Stainless steel tang buckle
Warranty: 2 years