4 billion years in the making
The meteorite stone used on NORDSØ METEORITE comes from the Swedish “Muonionalusta” meteorite.
The Muonionalusta meteorite was found in 1906 at the Swedish/Finnish border, near the village of “Kitkiöjärvi.”
Isotope readings show that the Muonionalusta meteorite is more than 4 billion years old, and hit earth around 1 million years ago.
HEAR IT FROM THEM
"It’s not just great finishing considering the price, but it’s superb full stop"Hungary
"The level of detail on this piece is incredible. You could spend a day diving, and just add easily wear it to a fireball dinner the same night."Kenosha, USA
"Just got the most beautiful micro I’ve ever owned, a Henry Archer Nordlys Meteorite … Won’t be taking this off for a while"Lago Vista, United States
"Just received the Henry Archer Nordlys Neon. Incredible. My other watches will be jealous!"Londonderry, USA
Thanks Henrik Schødt for this gorgeous Henry Archer watch. Beautiful to see in person, finally. Stellar work!Bayfield, USA
This watch is awesome!Kidlington, United Kingdom
Received my Nordlys today. This has to be one of the best looking and best value pieces I’ve bought.Tiblisi, Georgia
"Another microbrand added. Henry Archer, awesome finish and details."Vega Alta, Puerto Rico
Bought the new Nordsø. Out of the various watches I have bought over time, the watch from Henry Archer is the absolute best when it comes to quality, design and details. Highly recommended!Copenhagen, Denmark
The meteorite stone dial on NORDSØ METEORITE features several crystallized layers that give off a metallic sheen and an incredible play of colors.
The fractal pattern on the meteorite dial is only found in meteorite stones and in the interiors of planets, and forms when iron cools under extreme pressure over millions of years.
In addition to its unique dial, the NORDSØ METEORITE is one of our most advanced watches to date. The watch can be used for professional diving up to 200 meters underwater, thanks to a long development period during which we have developed tailor-made gaskets and a construction with ultra-fine tolerances. All of this has resulted in a watch that is not only visually stylish but can also perform when the situation demands it.
NORDSØ METEORITE is driven by the ultra-slim premium Japanese Miyota high-beat 9039 automatic movement.
The slim profile of the movement has allowed for a case height of just 10,5 mm, making it the perfect choice even when wearing formal clothing.
Attention to detail
Movement / Caliber
Miyota 9039 Premium Series Automatic Movement. 28800 bph.
42 hrs power-reserve.
-10~+30 second accuracy per day.
The hands, indices and bezel markers are filled with Swiss Super-LumiNova® BGW9 that glows neutral white in daylight and ice-blue when dark.
- with ceramic insert
FKM or stainless steel
20 mm width. Fits wrists with sizes between 15 - 21,5 cm
Size • Water resistance
40 mm diameter. 20 mm lug width. 47,5 mm lug-to-lug, 11 mm height.
20 ATM / 200 meters / 660 feet water resistance.
With engraved serial-number.
form follows function
We are proud of our Danish design heritage, which is the source of inspiration behind our designs.
We strive to create unique timepieces with a classic yet timeless design that will stand the test of time. Our design philosophy is rooted in the 1920’s “Bauhaus” design philosophy, where form follows function.
Did you know…
In our opinion, a great design is not purely limited to aesthetics.
That is why we only use high-quality materials, such as sapphire crystal, in our products– instead of cheaper and less durable alternatives, like mineral glass.
We are a small family-run Danish microbrand with a global reach.
Our passion is to bring something new to the table - to create timepieces with a unique aesthetic, solidly rooted in our Danish design heritage.
We often say “We do not do homages” and it is a rule we live by every day in our design disciplines. We strongly believe in order to bring something new to a century old industry, we genuinely have to think outside the box: whether that being new dial layouts, case shapes, materials or manufacturing methods.
The name “Henry Archer” is a direct translation of the name of our founder and product designer Henrik Schødt, who comes from a background in the 3D- and product-visualization industry, where he has spent close to two decades working for some of the worlds biggest brands.
Our design philosophy is rooted in the 1920’s “Bauhaus” design philosophy, where form follows function.
To this very day these are keywords that are the pillars of the world famous “Scandinavian minimalism” that has influenced architecture and many other industries around the world.
In our view, a great design comes from using clean lines and pure geometric forms.
All of the above allows the design to “breathe” and bring out the surface finishing and materials used.