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.

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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