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The essence of a true field watch - perfectly balanced with everything you need and nothing you don’t.
Pre-order: £499 on strap, £575 on bracelet.

F̶i̶r̶s̶t̶ 3̶0̶0̶ o̶r̶d̶e̶r̶s̶ e̶s̶t̶i̶m̶a̶t̶e̶d̶ M̶a̶r̶c̶h̶ 2̶0̶2̶4̶. S̶e̶c̶o̶n̶d̶ b̶a̶t̶c̶h̶ e̶s̶t̶i̶m̶a̶t̶e̶d̶ M̶a̶y̶ 2̶0̶2̶4̶.

We're pleased to have shortened our fulfilment timescales - all pre-orders estimated March 2024!
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The journey began two years ago with rigorous design, prototyping phases and testing in the Scottish Highlands. The result? Our 37.5mm vision of the perfect field watch.  A contoured 9.25mm case blends seamlessly with the wrist, providing uninhibited movement, whether you’re reaching for your next rock hold or another sip of that post hike pint.  A box sapphire crystal adds 0.75mm of elevation, taking the Munro to a svelte 10mm total height. Domed crystal and dial edges offer the nostalgic depth from our favourite timepieces of yesteryear.  When the light fades, the deep filled hands and markers will shine bright with Grade A BGW9, a crisp white in the daylight and cool blue in the dark.   Inside, a high beat automatic movement, Miyota’s premium 9039, hermetically sealed to a water resistance of 150m. The chunky screw-down crown offers a reassuring presence and ease of adjustment, even with gloved hands or freezing finger tips. It’s been said by many that the perfect field or steel sports watch should have a bracelet with a good taper. We agree, that’s why the Munro comes with a 20mm to 16mm tapering bracelet with a sleek toolless micro-adjustable clasp. Bevelled, fully articulated links make for a butter smooth, snag-free fit – we think you’re going to love it!    The Munro logo at 6 o’clock is our subtle nod to ‘Dirty Dozen’ watches, commissioned by the British Ministry of Defence in World War II – arguably the genesis of the field watch genre that we recognise today, and the earliest source of inspiration for the Munro. The Munro is assembled by hand, in Britain. Rigorously tested and carefully inspected, we ensure each piece is given the attention it deserves. The Munro - any place, anytime, anywhere, you'll be ready.



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Scotland's highest mountains, where rugged terrain and treacherous ridges give way to secluded tranquility. 

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Ridgeline adds a joyful colour pallet to the traditionally reserved field watch genre, in addition to infusing new story and functionality. ​ The distinct shapes echo the meeting of two mountain slopes, forming a picturesque V-shaped valley – one of our favourite sights when travelling north of Edinburgh, into the rugged terrain of the Highlands. ​The incline of each slope represents the critical gradients at which avalanches are most likely to occur, adding a unique function to the design. A visual cue that could prove life saving to mountaineers and cross country skiers alike. Finally, the dial features a refined vertical brushed effect, drawing inspiration from mountains shrouded in hazy precipitation. Whether in the Highlands or chartering your next adventure - the playful colours pair perfectly with vibrant summer days and will uplift you in the midst of winter.

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Imagine yourself on a rugged mountaineering expedition, facing the relentless fury of wind-whipped spindrift snow. Sculpting treacherous cornices, and spiraling into the sky, spindrift alters montane atmosphere in the blink of an eye. Evocative by name and beautiful by nature, the Munro Spindrift is crafted for the daring - redefining legibility in extreme conditions. The full lume dial ensures crystal-clear visibility, even on the darkest of nights. Bold black hands and applied markers contrast against the crisp dial to provide superlative clarity. When night falls, the Grade A BGW9 lume casts a mesmerising cool blue glow across the dial. Spindrift encapsulates the spirit of Highland adventure and British craftsmanship alike.