The single-hand watch Defakto Eins Modular offers an acclaimed, high-quality three-piece watch case in a modular setup. It comes in two varieties, one with a steel central case and one with bronze, both featuring a black PVD bezel and crowns. The semi-coarse brushing gives the watches a subtle texture – the contrasting materials play off of the stark dial, for a modern and sophisticated look. While the steel model provides a clean industrial look, the bronze version develops an unique patina over time. Due to the single, skeletonized hand, time finds a new, more casual rhythm – one that says you live at your own pace. Due to the extensive, almost brutalistic indexing, the time can be read accurately in roughly five minute intervals. Wearing the watch for a while will give you a more positive, intuitive approach to time. The lack of precision will fine-tune your intuition and decelerate your day. The tension between the size of the markers and the negative space in between, the rhythm of the forms, and their interaction with the unique single hand make up the unique, minimalist character of the watch. The 9.8 mm high, 42 mm diameter watch case is made of stainless steel and has a see-through back that provides a view of the automatic movement. The Japan-made automatic movement Miyota 9015 has a gear reserve of at least 42 hours. The dial and hands are covered with Swiss-made fluorescent Superluminova. The interior antireflective, highly scratch-resistant sapphire glass reduces interfering reflections. The Eins offers a water resistance of 50 m / 5 atm.