Pellikaan Timing FC-Utrecht Limited Edition Watch

Pellikaan Timing FC-Utrecht Limited Edition Watch

Dutch watch maker Pellikaan Timing has just released a really sexy limited edition set of watches made for the Dutch Football team FC-Utrecht. I couldn't care less about soccer, but the design is pretty nifty. Loving that custom NATO strap done exclusively for Pellikaan with the red and white stripes down the middle.

My guess is that the logo placed in the subsidiary seconds dial is that of the FT Utrecht football team. I still don't know why teams are called clubs in Europe? That always confuses me. Or is that only with soccer? The watches are in steel and 45mm wide. Inside is a manually wound Swiss ETA movement. The standard Pellikaan dial is a great mixture of modern and classic. Hand-built in The Netherlands, the limited edition of 25 pieces Pellikaan Timing FC Utrecht watch costs 995 Euros. Pellikaan Timing

  • kris.c

    I have this watch. Only it doesn’t have a futbol logo on it, or that strap, and cost 1/4 of that. Same case, crown, and movement.

    All of which are very nice.

  • Marcelo

    Well, in Brazil teams are called clubs simply because they are clubs. You can become a club member at any time and enjoy the benefits, such as swimming pool, restaurant, tickets to the games, a lot of sports for the kids and so on.

    Beautiful watch!

  • Mark

    Teams are called “clubs” in America too. Baseball teams, especially, are called “ball-clubs,” and where the team “does stuff” is called the “club house.”

  • Ulysses

    Nice watch – attractive case-shape and interesting hands, but the crown seems too big. Without the sports junk it would be worth maybe a few hundred bucks? Sorry, not a big fan of team-sports…

  • Ivan

    Because its not only a team – couple of players – but whole organization with stadion, fans, infrastracture etc.

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