Arcanaut Unleashes their Upcoming “Experimental” Bonehead and Tiger Sharc –

The other watch in the Experimental series for next year is the Tiger Sharc. This one seeks to make the case the star of the show. For this release, Arcanaut has deployed a zirconium titanium composite, which will have a distinct “wave” appearance that evokes the Japanese technique of “mokume gane.” Arcanaut describes the appearance as similar to Damascus, but less “visually chaotic.” The dial is a solid slab of sterling silver, which is quite a bit more subdued than the Fordite, I have to admit. 

Both of these watches also have a lumed “Glowpatch” affixed to the caseback, a first for Arcanaut. The lumed disc is protected under a layer of sapphire, which should make for a sleek and slightly more luxe presentation overall than prior Arc II editions. 

The Tiger Sharc and Bonehead are both limited editions of just 33 pieces. Part of the “Experimental” concept here is that future owners can put down a deposit (just 10% of the retail price of the watch) and receive updates on the manufacturing process along the way. As Arcanaut describes it, it’s a way to fund projects that are a little more complex in nature than their standard releases. The Experimental projects have longer lead times, but customers are invited to buy in at an amount that is relatively easy to swallow. 

Both of the new watches in the Experimental collection have a retail price of $4,750. More information on the new watches from Arcanaut can be found on their website here

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