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Sneak Peek: Hastings & Co. Heritage Collection

By Cameron Martel


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The New Heritage Edition Looks Modern & Classic At the Same Time

The very attractive Heritage Edition from Hastings & Co. hit my desk yesterday. Its white and rose gold combination looks great with the brown crocodile leather strap. This one I’ve got is a pre-production model, but you wouldn’t know it. It looks and feels good.

I’ve got it for another five days- I’ll be posting first impressions tomorrow, with my review early next week. I’m very much looking forward to giving the Heritage Edition some wrist time. 🙂

Hastings & Co. is launching the Heritage Edition on Kickstarter tomorrow.

Enjoy the high res media!

Hastings & Co. Heritage Edition

About Hastings & Co.

 Founded in Toronto, Canada in 2014

Hastings & Co. has a simple ethos: that everyone ought to be able to afford a high quality timepiece. They ran a successful kickstarter for their initial release, and delivered to all their backers in the summer of 2015.

They focus on the ethical sourcing of materials for their watches. I think that’s something we should put more emphasis on: making the craft of watchmaking sustainable and truly timeless.

Visit them: hastingswatches.com

Heritage & Co. Heritage Edition - Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement

What’s The Heritage Edition About?

The Hasting & Co. Heritage Edition features a Miyota 8215 automatic movement and a classic design.

At 40mm, it is the ideal size for just about any man. It comes with a sapphire crystal, a calf-skin leather strap, and a deployment clasp.

It’s going to be funded by kickstarter again. I think it’s going to do just fine 🙂

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About Cameron Martel

If it ticks or tocks, I want it on my wrist. I'm a fan of all things that keep good time, and I can't resist a great looking watch. WYCA is my way of appreciating the engineering and artistry that goes into affordable watches. My favorite watch is my Jazzmaster Auto Chrono, and the watch I wear the most is my Weekender Chronograph. I currently have 33 watches in my collection. Learn more about WYCA's Editorial Process.

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