Matthias Kieser has one goal: to create extraordinary watches. It all starts with an idea, a pen and a blank sheet of paper.
He draws inspiration from nature and the way it shapes our world. In a perfect symbiosis of functionality and aesthetics.
In the construction of his watches, Matthias Kieser places particular emphasis on a high degree of resistance. They should be a reliable companion for you for a lifetime.
At the same time, he follows the principles of lightweight construction to make them as comfortable to wear as possible.
Every detail, no matter how small, must be considered in advance to ensure that the perfect watch is created later. In the process, the limits of what is technically feasible are pushed to the limit. This is the only way to create a unique, innovative product.
Each individual component of the complex housing is milled and turned by Matthias Kieser from a solid piece of titanium.
He then checks them for exact dimensional accuracy using digital measuring technology. The most time-consuming part is the subsequent refinement of the surfaces in meticulous manual work: grinding, polishing and satin-finishing.
The cases are given their individual character by anodising the titanium in the colour of your choice.
Matthias Kieser also uses titanium for the dials. First, the characteristic pattern is milled into it, honeycomb by honeycomb.
He then anodises the dials in the colour of your choice. The surfaces of the individually milled indices and the hands are elaborately finished by hand and the luminous material is applied under the microscope.
Here, too, the entire manufacturing process is in his hands.
The grand finale follows at the watchmaker's table: the watch you put together virtually in the configurator becomes reality.
With a steady hand, every tiny screw is placed in its intended position. Once the movement is securely installed in the case, the final step is a careful rate check.
And Matthias Kieser is always happy, as he was with his first prototype, when the hands of a new watch start moving for the first time.