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This past week, German independent watchmaker Kudoke unveiled its latest model, a new variation of the Kudoke 2 dubbed the Grüner Wald Sonderedition The new piece came about as a result of conversations between Stefan Kudoke, Founder of Kudoke, and Christopher Daaboul, founder of haute horlogerie boutique EsperLuxe at Baselworld 2019 In the course of their talks, the two conceived an idea for something unique that brought together the elegance of hand-worked independent watchmaking with the "Luxury concierge" experience offered by boutique buying; the Kudoke 2 Grüner Wald Sonderedition was the ultimate result.
At first glance, the special edition is similar in its aesthetics to the original Kudoke 2, though a closer look reveals some obvious differences, most notably the forest green dial for which its named The hands pass steadily over the simple, applied Kudoke logo, which is placed unconventionally toward the bottom of the dial Inside the Kudoke 2 Grüner Wald Sonderedition is the brand's first in-house movement, the manually wound Kaliber1, which stores a 46-hour power reserve.
The model was listed at $12,000, somewhat higher than the regular-production Kudoke 2 watches, which are listed at $10,300. . Source
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