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Thank you for thinking of pre-ordering one of our watches! Here're a few more details to make the process clearer. A watch listed as a pre-order on our web-studio is still in production, which means we are still in the process of preparing the components and assembling the watch. By pre-ordering, you make sure you can receive one of our watches, which sell out fast. Pre-orders also come with an additional milanese mesh strap, which you can get for free by applying the code TIMEFORART after you add the milanese mesh to your cart. 

We display an estimated date in which the production will be completed and the watch will be ready for shipping. We must emphasize that this date is just an estimate though, as production consists of many moving parts, and thus is often uncertain, especially in these times of covid-19. Further, we emphasize quality every step of the way, so we prefer to be meticulous, rather than rush the process to get your watches out sooner.

Here are the details and shipping estimates for each design. Do check back as we will update this space with ongoing details:
Kato: Your pre-order should ship this week (April 12th), do check your inbox in a few days for the tracking information.

Rhizome: We just sold out! Do pre-order to make sure they don't sell out again. The estimated time for final assembly, testing and shipping is late April.

Dasein:  Your pre-order should ship this following week (22nd onwards). We will email you your tracking number once your package ships.

Dasein HELIOS: Estimated shipping time for orders placed after 20th March is mid to late April.


I hope this has elucidated the pre-ordering process for you. If you have any further questions, or need your watch urgently, please contact us by email, and we will get back to you within 24 hours. Do note that during these covid-19 crisis, shipping delays are possible. Thank you for checking out our design studio.
Best,

David Sze
Designer & Founder
humism | TURNING TIME INTO ART

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