Swiss watch manufacturer Roamer has announced that it will introduce a new edition of the Rotodate, inspired by an earlier model from the 1970s.
The 42 mm timepiece houses an automatic, self-winding STP 1-11 movement that drives the hours, minutes and seconds functions of the watch. A date display window, is also on offer and located at the 3 o’clock position.
It will be available in a variety of variations, for a range of clients. This includes a stainless steel case with white dial, a bicolour version in stainless steel with yellow or rose gold plating, a silver or grey dial and colour-matched hands and indices.
All models feature a sapphire crystal glass display with anti-reflective treatment, of which is complemented by a seethrough caseback, which allows the wearer to observe the very inner workings of the movement’s mechanism.
Each timepiece will be presented and supplied with a bracelet in matte and polished stainless steel, which seamlessly fits into the case.
The Roamer Rotodate RD 100 will boast a minimum power reserve of approximately 44 hours and is water resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar. That is the equivalent of 100 meters or 330 feet.
- Automatic, self-winding STP 1-11 movement with 26 jewels
- Hours, minutes and seconds functions
- Date display window located in an aperture at 3 o’clock
- Inspired and pays homage to an earlier model from the 1970s
- Sapphire crystal glass display with anti-reflective treatment
- Available in stainless steel and bicolour variations
- Seethrough caseback to observe movement’s mechanism
- Presented on stainless steel bracelet with matte and polished finish
- Minimum power reserve of approximately 44 hours
- Water resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m / 330 ft)