1. It's official. The eagle has landed!

    Nordgreen does now have 16 online stores available in 16 countries, and shipments do likewise take place on a global scale. As many of you know, Nordic design is a movement which became very demanded in the early 20th century and got proliferated across the world by the mid-1950’s, which evoked the concept of minimalism, functionality, and simplicity. While mid-century modernism was taking hold across the world, most leading edge designs were from Scandinavian countries; however, one thing which most of these Scandinavian design brands had in common - which is something which still holds true in the 21st century, is that they are unaffordable to the most of us, which is something which Nordgreen wants to change. You'll now be able to get a true Scandinavian design piece, designed by one of the world's leading Scandinavian designers, at a pricepoint which is below the industry average. Check out the full product collection now and pick your favourite Scandinavian designer watch.

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  2. Einstein’s puzzle of time

    Despite a watch’s added purpose of style, a timepiece gives a sense of structure and control. Today, our new connectivity to the surrounding world is dependent on data, but a watch is not rooted in any signal. A watch is only reliable of its simple wind, and will tell the time no matter where in the world you are. However, time can somehow leave you puzzled.

    The time is passing faster at the top of Mount Everest than the streets of Copenhagen. Einstein discovered this fact in his theory of relativity that the speed of time depends on the strength of gravity. This does not only apply in the extreme case or is a case of gravity’s influence to the machinery of the watch. Time will actually speed up even for the person on the 2nd floor compared to the one sitting on the 1st. This is of course a problem, because whose time is right? 

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