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Ikepod Watches

Originally founded in 1994 by Oliver Ike and designer Marc Newson, Ikepod was all about a pod-like design that encased highly useful mechanical movements. The concept of the brand, which was re-introduced just a few years ago, remains the same, but the new lines offer quartz movements and completely different, affordable pricing. Ikepod collections include the Duopod and the Chronopod. The Ikepod automatic is also back – in the same design but with new prices

History of Ikepod

Ikepod was founded in 1994 by Oliver Ike and Marc Newson and became famous for its disc-shaped design watches, launching several new trends in the years after. The very first Ikepod watch was called the Sea Slug and set the fresh and different tone that the brand was going for.

The famous Hemipode saw the light of day in 1997. A retro design watch, “lugless” case, and in contrast to the watches of that time, a whopping 47mm in size. March Newson was an early fan of big watches, and Ikepod was among the first watch brands to start the wave of big case watches. The average size for a man’s watch at the time was 38mm or less. Each watch or work of art, as Ikepod referred to them, came in limited editions only. The brand achieved something of a cult status until 2003, when the watch bubble burst and the brand filed for bankruptcy. It was bought by Perficio Group and continued for a short while before also declaring bankruptcy