A watch designed and assembled in Manila meant for Filipinos all over the globe. This is the Salvador World Timer watch by Ibarra Manila.
Ibarra x The Spark Project
The Salvador World Timer is Ibarra’s much-awaited model that is set to hit the market officially mid-November this year.
Ibarra Manila has partnered with The Spark Project for a crowdfunding campaign for the Salvador. By supporting the campaign in The Spark Project, you can reserve the Salvador World Timer and get up to 40 percent off from the official release price.
The crowdfunding campaign also offers up to 40 percent discount from the official price release of the Plaridel Quartz Watch, which is set to launch in November as well.
Ibarra’s campaign with The Spark Project runs until October 12, 2017. You may visit https://www.thesparkproject.com/project/ibarra-salvador-world-timer to know more.
The Salvador World Timer
The Salvador World Timer is a classic-looking timepiece that features various timezones across the globe, including Manila. It is named after the steam vessel that Dr. Jose Rizal boarded when he first traveled abroad.
Powered by a Miyota automatic movement, the Salvador boasts an accuracy of 21,600 beats per hour (BPH). It sports a scratch-proof sapphire glass and luminous hour and minute hands. The Salvador is also water-resistant up to 5ATM (or 50 meters).
Ibarra on time
An original Filipino brand, Ibarra locally assembles watches using world-class materials and parts. Ibarra founder Nico Moreno worked with a group of local watch technicians to assemble the watches in Manila.
Each watch in Ibarra’s collection is inspired by classic dress timepieces. They carry the dream of establishing a Filipino watch brand in the global horology scene.