The HYGGE watch is warranted for a period 2 years from the original date of purchase. A copy of the receipt or dealer stamp in the warranty booklet is required for proof of purchase.
The case (including glass and crown), hands, dial, and watch movement are the components covered under the warranty. If the watch proves to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use, it will be repaired or replaced free of charge at our discretion.
The manufacturer's warranty does not cover:
The warranties no longer apply in case a third party performed repair works or other works on the product, without prior written permission by HYGGE.
We recommend that all watches have a regular maintenance check every year.
Empty quartz watch batteries should be changed immediately in order to avoid leakages of the battery that can damage the movement to the point of irreparability. We recommend that you contact a local professional watch dealer to change your watch battery to avoid any damage.
The leather strap is much more susceptible to be damaged and premature wear from moisture than a metal band. Its life depends on condition and frequency of use. Perspiration and dust absorbed by a leather strap can cause a breakdown of the leather. We recommend wiping both sides of your strap daily with a soft dry cloth to remove collected contaminants.
As the strap touches the skins directly on the wrist, it becomes dirty easily with perspiration and dust. Do adjust your band to leave a little clearance between your wrist and the strap to avoid accumulation. For leather straps, avoid contact with water and constant moisture to prevent the deformation (and certain discoloration) of the leather. To prevent fading, keep them out of prolonged direct sunlight.
For the metal band, we recommend cleaning it with a soft brush (e.g. soft toothbrush) dipped in soapy water, then rising in fresh water and wiping in a soft cloth.
Avoid direct contact with detergents, solvents, fragrances and cosmetics, as they may damage the leather strap and metal band. Diligence in this regard will prevent premature aging of the material as well as discoloration.
Avoid impacts, shocks to the watch. Water resistance should be checked after any severe shock. Avoid direct contact with detergents, solvents, fragrances and cosmetics, as they may damage the case. Diligence in this regard will prevent premature aging of the material as well as discoloration.
For the date and time setting, please refer to the user guide included in the package of each watch.
Avoid exposure to sudden changes in temperature (e.g., exposure to heat followed by immersion in cold water) or to extreme temperatures (e.g., above 60°C / 140°F or below 0°C / 32°F).
Do not leave the watch in a place where it is subjected to strong magnetism.
When wearing your watch avoid wearing jewelry on the same wrist. Keep watches well apart from each other to prevent them from getting scratched or scraped.
In watches, water resistance cannot be constantly guaranteed. Among other factors, it may be affected by the aging of the gaskets and/or accidental shocks. Water resistance should be tested at least every year at specialized store. If the watch was subjected to a severe shock, we recommend having its resistance tested. Saunas, showers and baths should be absolutely avoided as hot water may damage the water-resistance gaskets.
Do not turn or pull out the crown when the watch is wet or immersed in water, as water may get into the case. Ensure the crown is correctly in place after time adjustment.
In the Danish culture, Hygge expresses a fundamental aspect of a lifestyle where cozy, warm and friendly feelings are cherished. Since 2009, the company P.O.S. and talented designers have collaborated to develop the Hygge watch project where the hygge feelings are embraced as an entire part of the design and the owner’s identity. Influenced by Scandinavian modern design and in respect of the finest Japanese craftsmanship, Hygge continues to be a symbol of both cultures by creating and offering exceptional timepieces.
Pentagon Design, founded in 1996, is one of the leading Nordic design agencies. The designer’s team creates holistic concepts resulting in user-driven products, packaging, spaces, services and brand experiences that generate delight for consumers and value for their costumers. Believing in clarity, quality and creativity, their mission is to reinvent the everyday design.
"We believe that good design starts with positivity. We will never design for awards or competitions but solely for the consumers. However, the international and domestic industry recognitions we have received, confirm that we are good at what we do. And that, of course, makes us proud and happy."
Finnish industrial designer currently based in Helsinki, Mats Lönngren graduated in 2010 with a Master of Arts degree from the Industrial and Strategic Design program at Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture. As an industrial designer, his distinguishing competences are his ability to contribute to a wide range of design problems that require both a conceptual and pragmatic approach to design. With a strong background both in product and conceptual design, Mats Lönngren has worked with several organisations, including Nokia, KONE and Fiskars, and is now committing his design creativity to writing a new chapter of Hygge and watch design.
"My key approach to design is to look at a design problem from a holistic perspective, where the overall concept down to each detail, form one solution. With the Hygge watches, I have focused on creating a product in which the main functional and characteristic element is the time display, and all other details are carefully defined to enhance its visibility."
Hong Kong born British designer, Major Tse graduated in 1984 from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a degree in Product Design. In the early days of his career, this innovative designer talent, also photograph was quickly recognized by several award, including the 1st prize in the Hong Kong watch & clock design competition (1989,1990 & 1991). He was also granted Member of the Chartered Society of Designers (UK) in 1989 and International Member of the Industrial Designers Society of America (USA) in 1991. Since then, he has been designing and producing watches bearing worldwide known brands including Mercedes Benz, Lanvin, Porsche, Charles Jourdan, and more. For his recent collaboration with P.O.S. Co., Ltd, Major Tse has devoted all his talents to give a unique minimalism Scandinavian design to the HYGGE watches.
"Everything on earth should not exist nor appear more than it needs to be. Therefore, I would like to make my creations barely minimum, minimal and generally quiet there for being appreciated."
Born in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan, Yoshimoto Murakami graduated in traditional Crafts at Tokyo University of Arts in 1976. After graduating, he joined one of the main Japanese watch manufacturers as designer. During his 35 years in their OEM design team, he designed watches for 50 international companies located in more than 20 countries, making him one of the most recognized Japanese designers in the watch industry. Since 2014, while dedicating his time to enjoy his passion of making lacquer vessel and carving, he has been continuing his outstanding career as independent watch designer. He is now using his long experience and all savoir-faire of watch design to collaborate to the HYGGE project, creating a new modern simplicity vision and expressing a lifestyle through the timepiece design.
Since its foundation, P.O.S has remained a family owned company. This continuity is an exceptional case in the Japanese watch industry and has participated to the nature of P.O.S. represented by its passion and dedication to quality.
Founded in 1949 by Ryoji Sato, the company was originally named Yukosha and quickly earned an excellent reputation as a major dial manufacturer, supplying for decades renowned Japanese and Swiss brands. After its reestablishment in 1987, the company was renamed P.O.S. Co., Ltd. and began to import and promote Scandinavian brands into the Japanese market. In the meantime, Yoshimasa Sato, older son of Ryoji Sato, took inspiration from the prestigious history of the company to launch a new timepiece brand Hygge, a collection expressing P.O.S.’s passion for Scandinavian design and savoir-faire of watchmaking.
While becoming a recognized global brand, the respect of Japanese quality traditions and strictest standards has been an uncompromised direction. Proud of its long history in watch industry, the company has been honored to develop a high quality watch collection expressing all its values.
It is the starting point of all the Hygge watches. In collaboration with talented designers, P.O.S. with its relentless pursuit of new ideas has created very unique timepieces. The constant sharing of ideas and experimentation are at the heart of P.O.S. creative process, which has engendered a natural research culture of innovative design.
The professionalism and specialist nature of workmanship in the watch industry have been perfectly set in the manufacturing of the Hygge watches, with the uncompromisingly high quality standards demanded at every step of the production. The constant quest for excellence and innovation are an integral part of this. The same criteria have been also applied to the external and carefully selected suppliers, whom are requested to use only the best raw material and to closely monitor all the process of production.
Each stage of the production is closely controlled by engineers to assure the necessary standards of craftsmanship, quality and reliability. Moreover, the Hygge watches are individually subject to the strictest test by a dedicated division in the company before being sent to one of the approved retailers. Hygge is dedicated to the entire satisfaction of its customers and offers only high quality watches.