Level Up Your Horological Game With The Alexander Shorokhoff Levels – A Video Review

Level Up Your Horological Game With The Alexander Shorokhoff Levels – A Video Review

There are certain watches that no matter how hard you try, are impossible to photograph. The Alexander Shorokhoff Levels on the other hand, was born to be in the limelight.

We recently got to spend some time with the stunningly three-dimensional Levels ref. AS.DT03-3, and you can read our detailed review here. But for those in a bit of a rush, presenting below is a short video review of the Levels.

The beauty of the Alexander Shorokhoff Levels best reveals itself when the timepiece is touched by natural light. As the strokes of the sun caress the guilloched dial, one witnesses the various nuances of the dial, immersing in the never tiring world of these gorgeous blue strokes.

Alexander Shorokhoff as a young brand has managed to master the art of combining energetic timepieces with great horological Providence. It’s time to take flight with the Alexander Shorokhoff Levels.

Basic Stats

Case Diameter: 46.5mm

Case Thickness: 12.5mm 

Lug-to-lug: ~53mm

Movement: Modified ETA calibre 2671

Power-reserve: ~42-hours

Water-resistance: 50m

Price: $6’050 AUD

Shorokhoff Levels

The dial is like ripples in a blue lake, testing the time, a drop ticking second by second. As a package, retailing for only $6’050 AUD, the AS Levels is an unbelievable deal. And the blue dial with guilloché and azurage textures sets the scene for the Alexander Shorokhoff masterstroke. Limited to only 99 pieces, the Levels is a timepiece that presents the world with a completely different level of horological showmanship.

AS offers some exceptional timepieces in there 3 collections, and be sure to check them out on their website here. All images/video are ©Watch Ya Gonna Do About It, unless otherwise stated.