The Orca by FINK watches, Hand built in London.

The Orca

Supporting Whales and Dolphins with each watch.

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Inspired by nature

The design of this watch was driven by the unique colour scheme of Orca whales, which makes them easily recognizable amongst all whale species. To pay tribute to this inspiration we set up a direct donation for every watch sold.

A seagoing case

As watch dedicated to a whale, we picked a strong diver case ready for the sea. Water resistant up to 100m diving depth, sapphire crystal on the front and a screw down crown will protect your watch at all times. The case is equipped with a 120-click unidirectional ceramic bezel and a exhibition case back, revealing our customized NH35 movement.

Customised movement

In the centre of the Orca sits the NH 35 automatic movement. Vibrating at 21,600 beats per hour, this movement is well known for its reliability and low maintenance needs.

We regulated the movement to a maximum of +/- 10 seconds deviation per day and equipped it with our custom rotor. Through your case back you will be able to see the mechanism at all times.

Made from durable sailcloth fabric

Our watch straps are made from Nylon 900D material, commonly referred to as sailcloth material. The straps are extremly durable and water resistant, while the engraved buckle with polished and brushed elements is a small reminder of the elegant piece on your wrist. All our straps are also equipped with quick-release spring bars, so you can change the strap without any tools.

BONUS: With the strong positive feedback on our FKM strap, we have decided to add this strap to every sold Orca free of charge.

Supporting whales and dolphins with each watch

For every Orca watch sold, we are donating £20 to Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) to support their work. You can find out more about their success in protecting ocean life below.

As thank you for your support of this project, you will also receive an exclusive print from local UK artist Gemma Carter in A5 format. You can see more of her art on Instagram or under

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The Orca

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Please note that our watches are assembled after your order and it will take up to 5 business days before we hand over the package to our logistic partners. 

A diver watch that took inspiration from the colour scheme of Orca whales, it combines a high contrast dial with skeletonised, polished black hands in a stainless steel diver case. The watch has a see-through case back, revealing the modified NH35 movement with custom rotor. This watch is assembled in our London workshop and regulated to high accuracy to ensure you will enjoy your watch for years to come! 

With every sold watch we donate GBP20 to Whale and Dolphin Conversation (WDC) to support their work to end captivity and hunting of whales and dolphins – for a healthy, livable sea and no more unnecessary deaths in nets (more information below). Whale and Dolphin Conservation is a UK registered charity (no. 1014705). As a celebration of your contribution, you will also receive an exclusive artwork by Gemma Carter ( in A5 format. 

Dial - Matte white dial with black, applied indices and date window at 3 o'clock position.

Hands - Black polished, skeleton hands

Case - 40mm stainless steel, PVD coated black diver case. 120-click unidirectional bezel with ceramic insert and screw down crown.

Crystal - Ultra-scratch resistant sapphire crystal.

Strap - Durable, water resistant sailcloth strap with engraved buckle + Our 100% adventure proof FKM watch strap in black.

Movement - Customised NH35 movement, regulated to +/- 10 seconds a day and below 0.3ms beating error.

Delivery - Shipped in our sailcloth travel pouch.

Our watches are shipped with 24h tracked services by Royal Mail to ensure you receive your package fast and securely.

All our watches are shipped free of charge, while international orders below 100£ will incur minor costs for shipment.

Please note that shipments outside of the UK will incur additional charges for VAT and potential import duties depending on your region.

We are certain you will love our watches. However, if they are just not what you had imagined we offer a 30-day return window.

The watches need to be in its original, unworn condition.

Please note that we cant return any shipping costs or (for our international customers only) any import duty or VAT you paid on receipt of your package.

You can find the full detail under our refund policy at the bottom of the page.

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There are around 90 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises in the world
known, collectively as "cetaceans". All have in common that they are
facing a plethora of challenges: being brutally hunted, trapped for amusement
in tiny tanks, caught as bycatch in fishing nets or exposed to a changing
environment through pollution, oil exploitation and spills, and shipping
noises. The more we researched the current situation, the more it became clear
to us that we couldn’t just produce a watch that claims to take inspiration
from whales. We wanted to make people aware of the horrible threats cetaceans
are facing and support the work that is being done for them.

We got in touch with Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), the leading
global charity dedicated to the conservation of whales and dolphins. With their
help we developed our pledge, to donate £20 to their work for every sold watch.
This will be an ongoing commitment with more details on WorkforGood.

Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC)

Whales and dolphins face huge challenges, but WDC is determined to fight
for them wherever and whenever we can. We’re not a huge organisation with
limitless resource, so we’re making sure we focus our expertise and passion on
the most important areas and where we believe we can make the biggest

End captivity

Around 3,600 whales and dolphins are held  in tanks. But the tide is
turning. People like you are boycotting captive attractions and supporting WDC
to fight to end captivity. We have campaigned successfully for holiday
companies such as Virgin Holidays, British Airways and TripAdvisor to stop
selling trips to SeaWorld and other facilities that hold captive whales and
dolphins. We have also helped prevent the opening of new facilities and helped
achieve a total ban on keeping whales and dolphins in captivity in India,
Croatia, Slovenia and other countries.

Our focus is

Creating sea sanctuaries where captive whales and
dolphins can be retired to a more natural environment or, where possible,
prepared for a release to the wildStopping the supply of whales and dolphins to
captive facilitiesEnding demand for whale and dolphins shows

Stop whaling

More than 1,500 whales, and even more dolphins, are killed in hunts every
year. And the whalers make no secret of wanting to kill more. WDC is determined
that this won’t happen and, for over three decades, we have successfully fought
to defend the international moratorium on whaling against those who would
overturn it.

Our focus is

Fighting to stop whaling and dolphin hunting in
Europe, Japan and around the worldReducing demand for whale meatPromoting whale watching as a sustainable

Prevent deaths in nets

Hundreds of thousands of dolphins, porpoises and whales die in fishing gear
every year. It’s brought some species to the brink of extinction. WDC has
helped ban – or change – damaging fishing practices that can kill whales and

Our focus is

Working with governments to ensure laws are
toughened up to stop dolphins, porpoises and whales dying in fishing gearTeaming up with scientists and fishers to find
safer fishing methodsFighting to save species on the brink

Create healthy seas

Water covers over 70% of the world’s surface, yet only a tiny percentage is
“protected”. And the threats of commercial fishing, plastics and pollution are
combining to make the whole ocean unsafe. We’re calling for 30% of the ocean to
be protected by 2030. It’s an ambitious target but it would benefit lots of
species, including humans.

Our focus now is on:

Working with local communities to locate and
maintain protected areasWorking with international bodies and governments
to designate protected areas in the places whales and dolphins need them

To find out more about their work and their success over the last years,
please visit their homepage (, follow them on social media @whalesorg or on their YouTube channel

Whale and Dolphin Conservation is a UK registered charity (no. 1014705).

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Hand built in London

All our watches are assembled by us in London. This way we can ensure quality of our finished watches and test as well as regulate our movements right before we send them out to you.

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