The latest creation from Maria & Richard Habring, the 15th Anniversary Felix, features their very first fully inhouse caliber designed & created in Austria. A thin manual wind caliber A11, it is housed in a high polished & brushed steel case 38.5mm in diameter.
The watch is available with a lovely silvered dial, with red "XV" placed at 3 o'clock and the black Arabic “12” with polished blued-steel hands.
The manual wind chronograph from HABRING². It features their patented Crown Operated System (COS) for the operation of the chrono, start, stop and reset is done by turning the crown rather than the typical button pushing. Cased in the standard SS 42mm HABRING² case with exhibition sapphire crystal back.
This watch has a lovely grey dial with silver sub dials, rhodiated markers and numerals.
HABRING² SS Chrono-Felix Mono-pusher watch
The latest version of the HABRING² chronograph. This Chrono-Felix version is now a mono-pusher chrono, featuring their own caliber A11C-H1 in the 38.5mm steel case with the Panda dial with classic steel hands.
Other dials available, copper or silver.
HABRING² SS Doppel-Felix Watch
The latest in the split seconds chronograph line from Maria & Richard. This is the next generation of the development started in 2012.
This watch features their first fully inhouse manual wind caliber. The standard chrono functions are operated via a mono-pusher at 2 O'clock and the split seconds is the pusher at 10 O'clock. Cased in steel 42mm with a brown leather copper color stitched strap.
Two dial colors available, Dark grey or silver.
HABRING² SS Erwin Watch
The latest creation from Maria & Richard Habring, the Erwin is their fully inhouse caliber with the addition of the Jumping Seconds complication designed & created in Austria. A thin manual wind caliber A11MS, it is housed in a high polished bezel & brushed steel case 38.5mm in diameter.
The watch has two dial options:
1. A lovely silvered dial with black-oxidised polished steel hands and black stick markers.
2. An elegant silvered dial with RG plated dauphine hands and stick markers.