All our watches are shipped worldwide free of charge, via a tracked service and require a signature upon delivery. We ship via UPS to UK mainland addresses, and via FedEx for the EU and rest of the world.
Express delivery options are available at the checkout for customers in the UK and USA, charged at £5 for UK Express next working day, and £10 for USA Express next working day delivery. Express delivery orders must be placed before 1pm GMT for same day dispatch. Any orders placed after 1pm GMT, over the weekend or on a UK bank holiday will be dispatched the next working day.
Customers are able to return or exchange full price watches that are unsuitable or unwanted as long as they are unworn, within 28 days of receipt. Watches must be returned in a resalable condition without any visible marks to the face or strap and include all original packaging, tags and manuals. The cost of return postage is not refundable. Customers wishing to return sale items have 7 days from receipt of goods to request a return or exchange.
Unfortunately we are currently unable to accept orders with PO box and APO addresses.
Instrmnt 02 is the second watch from Glasgow-based, multi-disciplinary team Instrmnt.
The watch is a slimmer version of Instrmnt’s iconic 01 model, featuring a 35mm sandblasted silver case. It has a clean white face and streamlined lug-less silhouette.
The unisex Instrmnt 02 takes inspiration from the industrial design of the mid 20th century and the desire for a watch that paired high quality Swiss components with simple, utilitarian design.
The watch comes as a kit and contains the casing, pins and strap which can be assembled using the tools provided.
It carries a newly engineered Swiss Ronda 1063 Slim Line movement and a German-made black leather strap.
|Case material||PVD coated 316L steel|
|Lens||Domed mineral crystal glass|
|Movement type||Swiss-made Ronda slimline 1063 movement|
|Strap||Italian calf leather|
About the brand
Instrmnt was founded by design graduates Pete Sunderland and Ross Baynham; two watch fanatics who felt there was always something they wanted to change about other watches in the market. The duo launched on crowdfunding site Kickstarter in 2014, and raised £60,000 more than they asked for.See more Instrmnt watches