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Innovation on Your Wrist: Sō Labs Layer Two’s Rethinking of Time

What kind of watch do you get when you pair the complexity of Japanese minimalism and playful Memphis postmodernism?  The Sō Labs Layer Two!

Every glance at this watch reveals an architecture of smooth curves; a one-piece 316L stainless steel case that promises ultimate comfort, cradling all wrist sizes extremely well through its 40mm case and 42mm lug to lug length.

The handset, a beautiful reminder of a rotor’s silhouette adjoined to a sleek triangle, aligns precisely with the dial’s 12 o’clock position and completes the circle created between the hour and die-cut dial. An innovative twist on the classic day/date complication transforms the usual mundane discs into radiant gradients of color, thereby creating unique colorizations peeking through the dial as each day passes (217 combinations to be precise).

The Layer Two line extends to five distinct models, each showcasing a unique marriage of case finishes – matte DLC, brushed, bead-blasted and polished. Each finish perfectly complements its corresponding dial and handset color duo to give the appropriate level of fun(k). The watch is secured with a quick-release bracelet identical in finish, and is accompanied by a handcrafted leather strap made by our friends over at Veblenist.

Tiny but thoughtful elements add to the allure – the brand’s distinctive icon etched onto each crown, the absence of a logo on the dial, replaced instead by a custom colored laser-cut rotor on the superior Swiss Sellita SW-220-1.

The Sō Labs Layer Two is not just a timepiece, it’s a statement, a conversation starter. This wristwatch promises to turn heads and make time checking an event to look forward to.

Check out this initial batch of Layer Two timepiecess, retailing at $1,295 in their shop. As of August 7, Quick Release readers can currently score a 20% discount with code wornwound at checkout!

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