Published by Joshua Clare-Flagg on 22 Aug, 2019.


A vintage / retro inspired diver reminiscent of the 60’s-70’s, the Aevig Huldra is currently in pre-order, for delivery by November 2019. The initial goal of €35,000 passed in 1 hour! Available in a variety of colour schemes, and date or no-date options, you can choose a Huldra that suit you. It has some beautiful design touches and is a seriously epic timepiece for the money.

The specs

  • Dimensions: 42mm diameter x 12.5mm height x 46mm lug to lug
  • Weight: 178g no link removed, 159g sized
  • Water resistance rating: 20ATM / 200m
  • Movement: Miyota 9015
  • Accuracy: black / blue: +2.4 s/d, teal: +14.9 s/d
  • Lug width: 22mm
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Price: RRP €650 / £600, pre-orders from €399 / £370
  • Buy here: https://aevig.com/shop/huldra/

The video review

3 responses to “Aevig Huldra Watch Review”

  1. Rich says:

    IMHO just another look alike watch.Boring. Why does everyone want to make their watch look like a Rolex or Omega.

  2. Bob Loblaw says:

    Wow Rich, really insightful comments. Oh… except these watches look nothing like a Rolex or Omega, Keep on hating, buddy.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      Oh, and Rich’s silly input notwithstanding, I should probably also mention: I think there’s a lot to like about this design. I have the Nodus Avalon, and like the way the case wears, so this should be a comfy one too, being quite similar. Nice accessible lug to lug length. A good balance of a retro and contemporary look (for example, the handset on the black version). The hexagonal hour indices are unlike anything I’ve seen on a diver before, and Chip has done a really nice job with the brushed jubilee bracelet. I don’t usually like those, but this one seems to work aesthetically. I’ve put my money where my mouth is and pre-ordered the no-date black version. Looking forward to receiving it.

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