If you ever intend to go down 2,000 meters and/or wear a big, beefy watch that will take lots of lickings, Haldor has something special for you. The Haldor Armis 2000m is a $590 watch with a Megalodon-like size and style and great fit and finish.

The crowdfunding campaign has hit $15,000 of its $40,000 goal, a noble effort thus far. They will ship next June.

Haldor Armis is an automatic professional tool watch capable of withstanding water pressure up to a depth of 2000m/6600ft, equipped with a Swiss Made ETA 2824-2 automatic movement. It is still a dive watch, but we called it “tool watch” because if its special features.

The company will be selling these things for $900 after the campaign so I’d snap one up right now. There’s no telling when you’ll need to dive to the deepest parts of the ocean at a moment’s notice and/or wear a nice diver watch.

Haldor Armis 2000m review from Haldor Watches on Vimeo.

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

One thought on “The Haldor Armis 2000m is crowdfunding your next tool watch”
  1. Nice watch, but i had a problem with my screw bridge (26mm with Allen screw). Absolutely no contact or service from Haldor! Very poor!

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