Simply called Tockr x The Wheel of Time watch, this limited-edition unisex timepiece features a luminous dial with an ouroboros serpent motif that signifies the powerful, eternal nature of time, alchemy, and rebirth. In the TV series, this ouroboros serpent is known as the “Great Serpent.” Aes Sedai, or the women who can channel the One Power, favor this serpentine icon, with some of them even wearing a gold ring with this symbol.
In daytime, a glowing serpentine creature emerges from the depths of each dark black dial, illuminated in a blaze of bright white, Grade X1 Swiss Super-LumiNova. By night, the largest serpent appears in a mystical, glowing blue, which is a nod to Moiraine’s chosen ajah from the TV series. At the center of the dial is the Tockr logo, which holds the silver-tone hours, minutes, and seconds hands of the timepiece.
Powered by a high-grade Swiss quartz movement, the watch also boasts a 42 mm stainless steel case with a solid case back that bears a richly detailed engraving of The Wheel of Time logo and a unique serial number engraving. The wristwatch also features a textured black silicone strap that subtly mimics the serpent’s scales, complete with a stainless-steel pin buckle engraved with the Tockr logo. Each watch comes with a custom The Wheel of Time branded leather pouch, making it even more collectible.
Priced at $449, the Tockr x The Wheel of Time watch is now available for preorder exclusively at Tockr.com, with shipping slated early this year. Tockr delivers worldwide.
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In a press release, Tockr co-founder Sophy Rindler said the collaboration has allowed the brand to explore new themes apart from aviation, travel, and armed forces. “This project has challenged Tockr to broaden our horizons as a brand,” said Rindler. “Aviation will always be part of our DNA, but now we are excited to take collectors on journeys of imagination and discovery, as we have here, inviting them into the world of The Wheel of Time.”
Debuted last November, season 1 of The Wheel of Time wrapped its eight-episode run last December. Amazon Prime Video renewed the series for a second season last May, six months ahead of its launch.