I love my watch. I‘ve been wearing it every day. I’ve gotten a lot of positive comments from people when they notice it. I’m a jewelry designer so I’m always looking for something unique and this watch is it!
I bought the Eidos and the Hwan from the 42mm-Edition via the Kickstarter-Campaign. Both watches are great in Design and craftmanship. The case and the glasses are perfectly manufactured and mounted. The watch, once on the wrist, does not looks and feels as big and heavy as it could have been from the impression of the watch holding it in the hand alone. Even my wife ist wearing her watch with joy, although declairing any watch over 36 mm diameter too big for her wrist before.
The milanese mesh-wristband ist nice to wear. But the watch can easily match a "thicker" wristband like the leather one it comes with. The leather wristband is nicely crafted, but quite unflexible, at least at the beginning. I will try a black rubber band with the watch, think that could match quite nice.
The idea of continuing the organic pattern engraved in the back of the case on the rotor of the movement, where it is lasered appropiate, is great and good looking. The clarity in the design of the dial makes it both easy to grasp the actual time and to delve into the endless motion of the graceful discs.
This watches are a real good deal and more than reasonably priced. I am happy to have them.
this is a beautiful watch. My son loved it. Very unique.
Some 30 years ago I got my first mobile and stopped wearing watches. There are clocks everywhere: at home, in the office, train stations, shops, cars... Why should I have one more on my arm?
That was until that smart watches came up a few years ago. I'm working on a computer all day long and have my mobile beside me. And then I thought: I want a watch! But one, that is as opposite to a smart watch as a watch can ever be. No Bluetooth, no usb-connect, no electricity at all, no time-zones, no calendar - just a plain indication of the time.
I didnt want to spend much money on this and therefore I bought a automatic skeleton watch in a second hand store. That watch looked great but it stopped running from time to time. So that one went into the drawer and I was "watchless" again.
A few month ago I saw the Humism Kato and instantly fell in love with it: The most beautiful way of showing the time. Watching the patterns evolve and fade is so philosophical and relaxing at the same time.
I love it. Thanks for creating it.
outstanding design on the face watch very different from any other, the fact that is a mechanical watch is also impressive at this price level please continue to innovate great work!
Bought the Kato 39mm for my wife as a present - and she absolutely loved it! Really unique design and easy to wear and match with anything smart-casual.
Absolutely gorgeous watch. Quality is even better than expected. My husband is already considering getting another one. He loves it.
My partner loves his new watch. He loves it so much he can’t stop looking at it! Beautiful craftsman ship. Customer service was 10/10! I sometimes forget about import taxes, so for Canadians, it was around $90 (depending on cost of item it might be more or less). Totally worth it!!
Love the watch. Everyone comments on how awesome it looks.
Completely love this watch.
If you're a collector you are probably bombarded with pictures and promotions from micro brands and so forth all the time. I know I am. Well sometimes it pays to just pull the trigger. Case in point (eh?) the Humanism Kato. 100% the dial is lovely, bewitching even. Yes rock solid base movement. But I did not expect such a well finished case. It's slim, beautifully brushed and a set or three above the norm at this price point. Bravo Humanism!