The new version of the RSW Outland watch boasts an intriguing exterior, which pays tribute to futurism, oblique architecture, super computers and the first electronic musical instruments, utilized in the first interpretation of Outland.
The well-received predecessor of the Automatic Contemporary Outland 3H watch employed innovative discs for displaying the time. In fact, the main idea behind the timepiece was to imbue it with the look of a compass. The originality of the latest model, meanwhile, lies in fitting it with the conventional hours, minutes and seconds hands.
The new RSW watch is powered by a Swiss-made self-winding mechanical movement. It animates the essential functions of indicating hours, minutes and seconds, complimented by that of date displayed at 3 o’clock.
The watch is featured in four variations: matt 316L steel, black PVD steel, black PVD steel combined with matt 316L steel ,and 18 carat pink gold combined with matt 316L steel. The case versions are plain or set with 88 scintillating diamonds with the overall weight of 0.62 carats. Each case is assembled with a sapphire crystal. The timepiece is equipped with the famous folding crank-crown mechanism. Its water-resistance is ensured to 10 ATM.
The new RSW Automatic Contemporary Outland 3H watch is available with different dial executions. Performed in black, the display is equipped with hour-markers and a ‘12’numeral, treated with white Superluminova. Alternatively, hour-markers and the numeral can feature orange, green or blue Superluminova coating. RSW also offers some additional dial interpretations.
Keeping the watch secured to the wearer’s wrist is a black rubber strap finished with a folding clasp.
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