From Ancient Phoenicia to the Baltic Sea
Siduna is named after Sidon, the oldest city of ancient Phoenicia, a civilization of merchants credited with inventing decimal numerals and the alphabet.
Early Siduna pocket watches were manufactured in Bienne, Switzerland, with Breguet overcoil.
These timepieces had all the bells and whistles and they won several medals at the Exposition Universelle for their outstanding quality.
In 1929, the company Siduna A/S was established in Copenhagen's oldest city square.
Throughout the 20th century, Siduna watches were manufactured by various Swiss factories such as Titoni, Montres Sylvan Kocher & Cie or Bernard Dubois SA.
Up until the dawn of the Digital Era these accessible watches were sold with success around the Baltic Sea.
A Legacy of Thoroughness
In 2018 we resumed manufacturing of Siduna watches about 27km (17 miles) from the premises in downtown Copenhagen, Denmark, where the brand has been based for most of its history.
Swiss Mechanical Movements
All Siduna watches have traditionally used Swiss movements exclusively, which were refinished to different grades depending on the collection.
We design and engineer all external components (case, dial, hands and buckles) and we source them from carefully selected factories from Europe and overseas.
Own Assembly and Servicing
Assembling directly in Northern Europe, we takes great care in thoroughly testing every watch over several days. Each order is usually shipped within 10 business days.
Chronometric Watches at Sensible Prices
Discover Siduna's first 21st century collection: the M3440.