Wryst Timepieces – Launches at IJL 2012

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by D Constant on September 2, 2012

in Watch News, Wryst

WRYST – International Jewellery London 2012

Written by: D Constant

We see a new watch brand launched at IJL 2012 being held at Earls Court in London between the 2nd and 5th September 2012. WRYST Timepieces is being brought to us by Jacques Fournier, a Swiss watch designer, who has designed or assisted a number of watchmakers, including creating and developing the entire five timezone G5 collection, Ghost series for Jacob & Co. Jacques has now stuck his neck out (to coin a phrase) and launched his own brand in WRYST, and his first offering is the Airborne Range.


The idea behind the WRYST Airborne Range is to provide the extreme sports person a luxury, stylish timepiece that is also durable and hard-wearing. The Airborne Range is a unisex collection of watches and will be distributed by Since 1853, a UK Watch Distributor, founded by the Carmichael Brothers in 2007.

Since 1853 has a growing range and is Official UK distributor for brands such as Torgoen Swiss, Revue Thommen, Grovana of Switzerland and now WRYST Timepieces.

Various quotes accredited to Since 1853 in respect of WRYST

“We’re delighted to have the opportunity to exhibit the new WRYST exclusive timepiece collection at IJL 2012.”

“It is one of the most exciting designs we’ve seen in a long time, WRYST watches combine stunning and unique looks, with Swiss build quality and value for money. We expect the watches to be well received at IJL 2012 and they provide an excellent opportunity for potential retailers.”

The Wryst Airborne Timepieces will come in the following Models FW3, FW4, FW5 and FW6 and are all equipped with the Ronda Startech 3540D quartz chronograph movement. The FW3,FW4 and FW5 will be manufactured in limited editions of 75 units each.

We will be looking at the watches in more detail soon… keep it peeled on The Watch Review Site.

The WRYST Timpieces Airborne Range will be unveiled today by Since 1853 on their stand at IJL.



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