Joining the ranks of DWISS, Diefendorff. SAVOT expands SOMA’s portfolio of luxury watch companies who will partner with SOMA upon our Q1 2019 launch. Every one of our partner brands is distinct, and SAVOT is no exception. Their timepieces feature quality materials such as Japanese movements, sapphire glass, genuine leather, and stainless steel. They then pair these materials with their original bold, minimalist designs. And all at a pricepoint that’s accessible to the average consumer.
From the Karelian region of Eastern Finland
SAVOT draws design inspiration from its locale. A particular blue from Lake Saimaa, “red and black from our emblem,” a copper color from Outokumpu.
Karelia is a ethno-cultural region spanning Western Russia and Eastern Finland. Finnish Karelia, home of its eponymous and famous Karelian pies, is an untamed land of lakes and forests. The Finnish epic Kalevala originated from this region.
“SAVOT is excited to partner with SOMA because their solution is cutting-edge and relevant to the watch industry. By combining a visual social media platform with ecommerce, and then integrating the ability to validate provenance on the blockchain, SOMA is taking luxury etail into the future.” —Sami Salonen, SAVOT CEO
SOMA’s Q1 2019 launch
SOMA is going live in Q1 2019 with companies such as DWISS to sell their timepieces on our marketplace. We’re onboarding partners now!
Getting on the SOMA platform
If you’re a watch manufacturer or retailer, contact email@example.com. If you’re an individual lover of quality watches, sign up here to be notified the minute we’re accepting registrations!
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