Valhalla of Norway some quality into their watches for the pricepoint at which they offer them. Depending on the particular model, most have stainless steel construction, screw-down casebacks, sapphire glass, Miyota automatic movements, antireflective coating, genuine leather bands, etc. The Fjord 2, which just finished a successful Kickstarter campaign, is water resistant to 50 atm; others to 5 atm.
SOMA’s upcoming social marketplace will feature a broad range of styles, pricepoints, and countries of origin. We’re glad to add Valhalla of Norway to the lineup! And stay tuned for Cohort 1 details to be announced soon, firstly in the SOMA Facebook group, ‘Quality Microbrands‘!
SOMA's revolutionary resale function will allow brands to quickly scale up a remote, hands-off sales force. Resale commissions are executed on the blockchain, meaning that the original seller has no additional...
New partnerships. Commentary. Other SOMA developments (funding from the Finnish Government, pitching SOMA to IKEA, etc). Key resources. High-profile media appearances. It's all here in the 'SOMA key news & info' page.
Environmental stewardship. Transparency in trade. Meritocracy with diversity. Read more about SOMA's core values and what drives us to create the world's most forward-thinking online marketplace and...
Watch lovers (brands and buyers and collectors, etc) love to share and show off their watches
They also need a place to buy and sell and discover watches
Existing ecommerce sites lack a ‘show-off’ feature
Existing social platforms lack an easy transaction feature (ecommerce). Those that have it (like FB marketplace) don’t have it well-integrated into the social offering, but rather tacked-on like an afterthought
SOMA has put a lot of design effort into creating a platform beautifully balanced between the social (sharing and showing off) and the transactional (buying and selling)
SOMA uses blockchain to create a permanent digital record of each watch. This record is called the interactive item card, or IIC