Hamburg/Germany based Jeweler WEMPE unveils “Iron Walker”
This is the third watch line launched by the 142-year-old family-owned Wempe company since the introduction of the Wempe Glashütte I/SA brand in 2006. Timeless elegance and sporty functionality characterize the line’s design aesthetic, which underscores the wearer’s personality: self-confident in business, stylishly self-assured in leisure, and tenacious in sports.
16 model variants for men and women
Iron Walker Automatic Chronograph,
Iron Walker Automatic Diver’s Watch,
Iron Walker Automatic Men’s Watch,
Iron Walker Quartz Men’s Watch,
Iron Walker Automatic Women’s Watch,
Iron Walker Quartz Women’s Watch
Iron Walker is made for the independent man who doesn’t waver from his principles. Instead of being dazzled by short-term mainstream taste, he prefers modern design and sporty elegance combined with durability. For these free spirits, the Iron Walker line with integrated stainless-steel bracelets offers four different men’s models: a chronograph, a diver’s watch, and two flat dress watches. When all the design variants are taken into account, a total of sixteen new models with self-winding or quartz movements are available. Steel strength and sparkle for strong, self-assured women. This kind of woman prefers to wear an individualized stainless-steel watch that expresses her personal lifestyle. The Iron Walker line offers women’s watch models with self-winding or quartz movements and three different dial colors. Here too, the stainless-steel bracelet is integrated into the design and ensures an optimal fit.
Iron Walker watches are powered by Swiss self-winding calibers or quartz movements of proven quality. To ensure that Wempe standards are met, the movements are assembled in the company’s own workshop in Glashütte, Saxony, and optimized with a fine adjustment and are precisely timed to undergo chronometer certification. Watches that pass the German chronometric testing process must be capable of being set to the second. The caliber may not be tested separately but only after it has been integrated into the case. Only if the watch has an average rate deviation of two seconds per day or less can it pass the German test in accordance with the ISO 3159 standard and thus be called a chronometer.
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The Wempe name is synonymous with fine timepieces and jewelry. This family-owned company, which is based in Hamburg and was founded in 1878, is headed by Kim-Eva Wempe (born in 1962) and has 34 branches in cities all over the world, including New York, Paris, and London. The company has been closely connected for generations with the renowned watch manufactures of Switzerland and Germany. Wempe produces its own Glashütte I/SA brand wristwatch chronometers in Glashütte, Saxony, and its own by Kim brand jewelry in Schwäbisch Gmünd. In addition, Wempe operates the largest independent watchmakers’ workshop in Europe and has been certified as a “Best Place to Learn” in Germany since 2015.