Today, we’ll be taking a look at the new Superfecta from Van Brauge, a brand that many of you are likely not too familiar with. Van Brauge is a relatively young, British company named after its founder and owner Max Van Brauge, a long-time watchmaker, engineer, and industry veteran. We were introduced to Van Brauge’s offerings last year, and we first played with the watches at Wind^Up (full disclosure: Van Brauge is a sponsor of this year’s upcoming show). That inaugural series—dubbed The Oxford—has a distinctly British flair, or rather, I should say it embodies what I have come to expect from more mainstream, contemporary British watchmaking. The watches are decidedly classic—pulling liberally from historical British watch design—though there’s enough of a contemporary bent that they ultimately feel and wear like modern pieces. And as far as overall finishing goes, Max’s industry experience shines through.Van Brauge’s second collection—The Superfecta—goes for a more vintage, sporty vibe, though I wouldn’t call it a sports watch. It’s a bit of a chameleon in that regard, which makes for a versatile piece. Where The Oxford featured textured dials and applied numerals, The Superfecta goes for a more casual look.