Coming Soon – Marchand Legacy

Marchand Legacy

The Marchand Watch Company are a modern-retro motor racing inspired watch brand. Their inspiration can be traced back to owner Daniel Brigham’s Swiss Great Grandfather Adamir Marchand; a watch and clock inventor who joined Benrus Watch Company in the early 1930s. Following the Debonair Collection, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter, they now introduce their second model: the Marchand Legacy.

Coming Soon – Marchand Legacy

The Legacy model launches on 9th April on Kickstarter and has a checkered inner dial and a Miyota 9015 movement. In honour of Adamir Marchand’s work, the name ‘Legacy’ has been chosen for the collection as a way of furthering his legacy in the watch industry.

Marchand has carried on the Motorsport character from the Debonair collection into the Legacy collection with the unique race chequered dial and case-back ring, which represents a chequered flag to signify the end of a race. They say their whole collection gives an instant Motor Racing presence, and while it shares some design cues with the Debonair, it has a character all of its own.

Marchand Legacy – Specifications

  • 42mm Polished 316L Stainless Steel Case
  • Miyota 9015 Auto Movement
  • 20mm Hidden Lug
  • Double Domed Sapphire Crystal
  • Textured Studded Bezel
  • Lowered Chequered Dial
  • Marchand Engraving on Left Case Side
  • Clear Sapphire Caseback, Checkered Glass Ring
  • Text Engraved Caseback
  • Super Lumi Numerals and Hands
  • Logo Engraved Screw Crown
  • Raised Square Date Window
  • Genuine Leather Strap
  • 10ATM (100m water resistant)
  • 24 Months Warranty

Marchand Legacy Launch Details

The Marchand Legacy collection launches on Kickstarter soon with the first watches being offered at the early-bird price of £279. We road-tested one of the prototypes, so look out for our Week on the Wrist feature. To find out more about the Marchand brand, or to buy one of the earlier models from Marchand, visit their website marchandwatches.com.

Author: Mike Richmond

Usually found skulking around eBay or the International Watch League forum, Mike writes for a living and spends what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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