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Ibarra Salvador

Philippines

THE IBARRA WORLD TIMER

₱300,000.00 funding goal
48 backers
203% funded
Concluded

What is Ibarra?

Ibarra is the first Filipino brand that locally assembles watches using world class materials.

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What is Ibarra’s Story?

Ibarra was founded in Manila, Philippines by physicist and watch enthusiast Nico Moreno. Moreno worked with a group of young local watch technicians to assemble watches in Manila carrying the dream of establishing a Filipino watch brand globally. Each Ibarra timepiece is made of world class materials and parts manufactured specifically for the brand. The brand is inspired by classic dress timepieces.

What are we crowdfunding?

We are crowdfunding the Salvador Automatic and the Plaridel Quartz.

The Salvador is a World-Timer made for Filipinos here and abroad. With Manila placed as one of the timezones on the bezel, Filipinos abroad can feel a lot closer to home while those at home can feel closer to their loved ones abroad.

The Plaridel Quartz is a more affordable variant of The President’s Watch, The Plaridel. It is a classic dress timepiece that features a domed-glass.

 

Why are we crowdfunding?

Ibarra Watches strongly believe in Bayanihan. And through this crowdfunding campaign, Ibarra Watches will be able to further develop and establish the brand in the market. As the brand grows, we will be able to help and build the dreams of young watch technicians of creating timepieces which we can offer the world.

 

What can backers get from this?

Our backers will receive rewards corresponding to their contribution. Watches will be ready in November. We will be updating each individual who supported the campaign on the developments on the watch. Also, each backer will be thanked for taking part of the Filipino movement we intend to build!

 

How can interested individuals back us on this Spark campaign?

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For international orders, there will be an additional charge for shipping. Please email us at info@ibarrawatches.com

Feel free to message us via Facebook or e-mail us at info@ibarrawatches.com if you have any inquiries on the process.

PHOTOS OF THE SALVADOR WORLD TIMER

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Name Date
Aloysius Adam Lance Caayao 27 August, 2017
Aloysius Adam Lance Caayao 27 August, 2017
Hamilcar Rutaquio 27 August, 2017
Daniel Navarro 29 August, 2017
Jethro Agbing 29 August, 2017
Jamie 1 September, 2017
S. Tiu 3 September, 2017
BJ See 5 September, 2017
JC 8 September, 2017
Will Y. 8 September, 2017
E. Lin 8 September, 2017
Kate Y. 8 September, 2017
Renz L. 8 September, 2017
Jake 10 September, 2017
Ryan 11 September, 2017
Reggie Placido 12 September, 2017
Stella 15 September, 2017
Mon 15 September, 2017
Mags 15 September, 2017
Gela 15 September, 2017
Rolly 15 September, 2017
Jules A 15 September, 2017
Christine 15 September, 2017
RAYMOND MONTEREY 16 September, 2017
Jason Magbanua 16 September, 2017
JP Balboa 20 September, 2017
Tata 21 September, 2017
Ryan Peji 22 September, 2017
Nico Martin Teehankee 24 September, 2017
John Alcorcon 24 September, 2017
Anonymous 27 September, 2017
Arlito Veneracion 27 September, 2017
Nico Martin Teehankee 30 September, 2017
Anonymous 1 October, 2017
Smartgeek1375 1 October, 2017
Alessandro Hermoso 2 October, 2017
Rasol Mitmug 4 October, 2017
Larry Uy 5 October, 2017
Meg Keough 7 October, 2017
LJ Jalandoni 8 October, 2017
Dan 9 October, 2017
Delfin Juat 9 October, 2017
Anonymous 9 October, 2017
Adriane Mikko 10 October, 2017
JC Alcorcon 10 October, 2017
Eric 10 October, 2017
TJ Amorado USANA 11 October, 2017
Mikael Kevin Tuazon 11 October, 2017

Frequently Asked Questions

The Salvador World Timer houses an automatic Miyota movement in its ion-plated case that is Water Resistant up to 50 meters (5 ATM). The watch has a flat scratch-proof Sapphire crystal. The different world timezones are engraved on the rotating bezel and a chapter ring is added on the dial to indicate the 24-hour markers. The strap is made of double-sided calfskin leather to make it more resistant to sweat, smog, odor deposits.
The Miyota 8215 is a non-hacking twenty-one (21) jewel three-hand with date movement with a uni-directional winding system (left rotation) with an accuracy of -20 to +40 seconds per day, and a power reserve of over 40 hours. The diameter of the movement is 26 mm and the thickness is 5.67 mm. It beats at 21,600 BPH or 3 Hz (6 half-cycles per second).
The watch is assembled in the Philippines using world-class materials sourced from Switzerland, Japan, and China. The Filipino touch comes in the assembling of the watch where talented local technicians carefully put together and quality release each timepiece.
The watch rewards are scheduled to be released on the 3rd week of November. If applicable, Ibarra Watches will be getting in touch with the backers individually to confirm their final choice of watch prior to the scheduled distribution of rewards. Discount Voucher Rewards will be distributed every final week of the month.
Each Ibarra timepiece has limited service warranty of up to two (2) years.
The Plaridel Quartz houses a Miyota 2315 Quartz movement in its ion-plated case that is Water Resistant up to 30 meters (3 ATM). The watch has a domed scratch resistant K-1 crystal. The strap is made of double-sided calfskin leather to make it more resistant to sweat, smog, odor deposits.
Yes, we do ship internationally for an additional cost depending on where you are from.
Local (Philippine) Shipping is free. International shipping charges would depend on the destination.
You may send us an email at info@ibarrawatches.com. You may also send us a message via Facebook at www.facebook.com/IbarraWatches.

2 Comment

  1. Ibarra Watches
    5 years ago

    Good day, Mr. Binauhan. The parts are sourced from overseas. They are custom-made our timepieces. We assemble them in Manila.

  2. Winston Binauhan
    5 years ago

    May I ask do you fabricate the parts locally? or import for assembly?