The Ventus Mori is one of my all-time favorite watch designs, and the green/brass color way is my favorite of the three Moris I own (so far). The sandwich dial with the dart inlays and twin rings of indices is Mid-Century perfection. The hand ensemble is distinctive and visually engaging. Not only is the 40 mm case diameter sensible, but the proportions of the case, bezel and dial result in a flawless overall composition.
The online catalog photo doesn't capture how rich the greens of the Serious Watches exclusive dial and bezel are in person. The dial is the deep green of tropical foliage, while the bezel is a very satiny emerald, which I attempted to capture in my photos. The greens, brass, gold hands and white indices interact with each other beautifully. I'm glad Ventus went with brass instead of bronze on this model; I'm sure it was a cost factor, but the brass patina takes on a different look, and seems to suit this model better than bronze.
I did not think that the two supplied straps--black tropic rubber and brown Horween leather--did the watch justice, so I searched online for a better option. I selected a green smooth leather strap with orange stitching from cheapestnatostraps.com, which looks amazing on this watch.
Before I forget, the price for this perfect timepiece is unbelievable. It's no exaggeration to say that it would be a bargain at twice the price. In fact, that's being conservative. Thank you Ventus and Serious Watches for delivering a winner that checks off all the boxes.