Masterpieces of time: It takes time to create something timeless. To handcraft a work of mechanical art, a KUDOKE undergoes a long and arduous creative process. It is only through many years of experience that a gifted watchmaker is able to handcraft timepieces with artistic skeletonization and engraving. For this reason, it is impossible to produce these pieces in large numbers.
2008: Stefan Kudoke establishes KUDOKE, dedicating himself to crafting handskeletonized and –engraved artistic watches.
2018: Unveiling Kaliber 1, Kudoke's proprietary movement, a culmination of old Masters' influence in precision watchmaking.
Commitment to preserving traditional watchmaking: Hand-refinement of components, from polishing edges to special grinding technology.
KUDOKE 1 (three-hand watch) emphasizes simplicity.
KUDOKE 2 introduces a celestial 24-hour indication, earning Kudoke the prestigious GPHG award.
KUDOKE 3 showcases unconventional hour display with a three-tier-hour scale and a three-armed hand, maintaining sophistication.
Consistent 39mm case design with an onion crown, revealing the heart of each piece through a sapphire crystal case back.
Haute horology details: Each model features the infinity sign symbolizing timelessness and balance in various elements, from engravings to the chapter ring.