4 Best Heritor Watches Review
Hey everyone, today I’ve put together a Heritor watches review, a popular US based brand. The majority of readers here probably wouldn’t have heard of this brand before as they’re only just starting to make their way into the UK market.
History of Heritor Watches
Heritor Watches is a brand from the American fashion watch manufacturer Resultco. They produce a number of brands with 17 currently listed on their website.
Heritor are a 21st century international brand. Whilst the watch design is approved and finalized in America, the parts for the watches are sourced from all other the world based on quality and value.
They make use of high-grade stainless steel and the leather is purchased from Italy for many of their watch straps. The parts for the watch movements are also sourced from various countries around the globe to create a quality product with premium value.
Heritor designs their popular watches taking inspiration from history. Two recent collections that came out include the Montclair and the Aura collection. These were inspired by craftsmanship and artistry that’s hard to find these days.
The Montclair collection features a polished wooden bezel with a stainless steel casing that’s designed to represent the personality and beautiful design of vintage speed boats. You can find more wooden watches here. The Aura collection by Heritor pays tribute to the stunning design and allure of stained glass windows.
They use a unique enamel design on a custom dial with a hinged back cover to achieve this. Heritor are very proud of their automatic and mechanical movements.
They test all their Heritor movements for time accuracy prior to being assembled. Once approved the watch can be put together, they then test the watch again to assure quality control over the watch.
Heritor aims to become a household name over the next 20 years with their watches that combine current fashion trends with classical design.
4 Popular Heritor Watches
Below I’ve featured 4 popular Heritor timepieces that are currently available. This is just to give you a brief snapshot of some of the watches available from this brand. If you have any questions simply comment below and I’ll help you out as best I can.
1. Heritor Automatic HR1102 Thomson Mens Watch
First up on today’s list of popular Heritor watches is this automatic HR1102 Thomson edition. This Heritor timepiece is built with a 42mm stainless steel casing that has a thickness of 13mm. It’s been paired up with a black crocodile embossed genuine leather strap that fastens with a buckle style clasp.
The dial has an interesting design to it with its engraved sunray finish and the use of separate sub-dials for the hour and seconds display. At the top of the dial is a 24 hour sub dial too.
Powering this Heritor watch is a 22 jewel self-winding automatic movement that has a 21,600 BPH and an average accuracy of +/- 45 seconds per day. The power reserve on this movement is 32 hours. You can view this movement working away through the rear exhibition caseback of the Heritor Thomson.
A sapphire coated mineral crystal glass has been used on the front and rear of the watch for excellent scratch protection. The timepiece also has a 50m water resistance rating.
You can read my full HR1102 Heritor watch review here soon.
2. Heritor Automatic Watch HERHR1101 Leather Strap Edition
Next up we have another popular Heritor watch from the Thomson collection. This model features the same sized stainless steel casing with a diameter of 42mm and a thickness of 13mm. The strap is made of a soft genuine leather and fastens with a buckle clasp.
This time around we have a white dial with silver colour hands. There are 3 sub dials which are used to display the hour, seconds, and a 24 hour sub-dial.
At the heart of this Heritor watch is an automatic self-winding 22 jewel movement with a 32 hour power reserve. The movement beats at 21,600 BPH and has an accuracy of +/- 45 seconds per day.
Protecting the front and rear of the watch is a sapphire coated mineral crystal glass for a good level of scratch and shatter protection. The 50m water resistance rating may also come in useful.
You’ll be able to read my full HERHR1101 Heritor watches review here soon.
3. Heritor Automatic Watch Kornberg Men’s Timepiece
Here we have another popular Heritor automatic watch with a moonphase complication. This stylish Heritor watch has a 42mm PVD rose plated stainless steel casing that has a thickness of 14mm. It’s fitted with a genuine leather strap that fastens with a buckle style clasp.
The dial features a keyhole skeleton design with the balance wheel of the movement on show. At the 12 o’clock position is a date and moonphase indicator. They’ve used Roman numeral style hour markers and rose gold coloured hands for detail.
This watch is powered by an automatic self-winding movement that never needs a battery as it charges itself up from the movement of your arm. You can view this movement through the exhibition caseback on the rear of the timepiece. Like the previous model, this Heritor also has a 50m water resistance rating.
You’ll be able to read my full HR1606 Heritor automatic watch review here soon.
4. Heritor Automatic Men’s Watch HR1503
The last timepiece I’m featuring in today’s Heritor watches review is this Herren edition. This model is built with a stainless steel casing with a PVD rose gold finish. It has a diameter of 45mm with a thickness of 15mm. The strap is made of genuine leather and fastens with a buckle clasp.
The dial features a clear and easy to read display with two sub-dials that are used to show the day and date. There’s also a small keyhole port that allows you to view the balance wheel from the automatic self-winding movement.
This Heritor timepiece is powered by a automatic self-winding movement meaning it never needs a battery as it’s powered by movement. You can view this movement through the rear exhibition caseback, one of my favourite features on a watch.
You’ll be able to read my full Hr1503 men’s Heritor watches review here soon.
Thanks for taking the time to read through today’s Heritor watches review. What was your favourite model? Comment below and let me know.