The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch in White
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch in White 3/4 view
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch in White south mantra
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch in White north mantra
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch side profile of case and crown
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch caseback
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch in White on map
The Venturian Wildsider 38MM Solar Titanium compass tool watch in White on wrist

Wildsider — White

Regular price $299.00
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An ideal weekender watch. 

Do you enjoy that rush of adrenaline as you embrace the untamed wilderness? If so, the Wildsider is your ideal companion. Crafted for the outdoor enthusiast, this 38MM solar titanium compass watch embodies rugged reliability and adventurous spirit. Its sturdy yet comfortable nylon single pass band is designed to withstand the rigors of your wildest pursuits, drying quickly for those unplanned river crossings.

When it comes to technology, the Wildsider has you covered. Powered by an Epson solar movement with a remarkable 6-month power reserve, it ensures reliable performance even in the most remote locations. But it's not just about functionality; the inner bezel wall imparts wisdom, inspiring you to explore beyond your limits.

See it in Red and Black

Case: 38MM
Lugs: 3MM
Lug to lug: 44MM
Lug Width: 20MM
Spring Bar: Removeable
Thickness: 10.05MM including crystal
Crown: Monogram screw down
Case Material: Titanium
Crystal: Sapphire with anti-reflective coating
Back Case: Universal locking
Lume: Super Luminova
Strap: Interchangeable black 20MM nylon Zulu Nato with four gunmetal gray stainless steel rings
Water Resistance: 100 Meters (10ATM)
Movement: Epson Solar Movement VS22B-07

The Wildsider enjoyed a successful launch on Kickstarted with 177% in funding. You can check it out here.

You can see images of the first prototype including case details there as well as on Instagram.