Matthew Humphries Design ltd.
Contact person: Matthew HumphriesCheltenham, United Kingdom
Matthew Humphries Design / Motoring Watches Matthew Humphries is an Established Automotive designer, whose work is recognised on an international level. After leaving the Morgan Motor Company as their Chief Designer and designing cars such as the Morgan Aeromax, Eva Gt and New Morgan 3 wheeler, Matthew set up Matthew Humphries Design car consultancy, and later launched MHD watches in 2014. Matthew has combined his extensive knowledge and skills from the automotive industry, with his passion for designing watches. All MHD Watches are designed and assembled in the uk with a distinct automotive style and emphasis on luxury. MHD watch design focuses on producing an elegant daily driver timepiece to compliment modern & classic vehicle collections. MHD watches product lines: 1. The in house designed and manufactured limited edition quartz watch collections. The first to be released in this line in May 2016 was the MHDSQ1. Limited to only 300, the SQ1 captures the style & case shape of 60's & 70's motoring watches, whilst the dial takes influence from cars of the same period, in particular the rev counter of the classic Porsche 911 dial. (These are not customised seiko watches.) 2. The Second in house Designed and Manufactured Limited edition watch is the MHD CR1. Limited to an edition of 500. The MHD CR1 captures the style of 60's/ 70's motoring watches, with its bold industrial stainless steel case, screw down knurled edge crown and paired with the infamous leather rally strap adorned by many a racing driver. The CR1 takes influence from classic vehicle gauges whilst maintaining a modern function feel with a chorono movement synonymous with motor racing. For more information on Matthew's portfolio please visit www.matthewhumphriesdesign.com.If you would like to be informed on new timepieces as they appear on MHD watch store then please subscribe to MHD watches. You can also follow Matthew on Twitter, facebook, Instagram & Pinterest.