The duck that gives the colour its name is the Eurasian teal - its feathers are often used in fishing lures, which, for a company named after a loch known for great fishing, seems the perfect coincidence.
Heat treated hands
With their experience working to precision timing at high temperatures, our enamellers have applied themselves to mastering the craft of heat bluing. In small batches, the hands are carefully tempered to an even and consistent finish.
Numerals and indices
We kept the feel of the original print design, inspired by cartographic maps of the Highlands, making some minor updates to enhance the visual balance and legibility of the dial.
With a sliver of copper sandwiched between up to 7 layers of enamel, our dials are between two and three times the thickness of a standard painted brass watch dial. At only 11mm in depth, we've designed the case to showcase and protect the dial whilst fitting comfortably under a cuff.
Bespoke case engraving
The solid case back allows us to offer bespoke case engraving. Simply click ‘Custom engraving’ to enter a personalised message or map engraving.
Choice of straps
We offer straps in a variety of materials and sizes to suit your needs. All of our straps are made in Germany by a company which has been in business for over 70 years. See our strap fitting guide here.
Driven by an automatic Swiss Sellita movement, this watch can easily be serviced by virtually any watchmaker.
Individually assembled and regulated
We will regulate the movement of your watch to suit your individual needs. Simple things like knowing which wrist it will be worn on can increase the stock accuracy of the movement.