The JeanRichard watch has been inspired by the brand’s partnership with the MV Agusta motorbike team taking up the challenge of breaking Bonneville Salt Flats speed trial record.
The partnership between the watchmaker and the famous motorbike manufacturer MV Agusta was born in 2007. Now, JeanRichard is proud to present its new powerful timepiece inspired by the signature features of the Brutale motorbike.
The stainless steel case of the new JeanRichard watch, 43 mm in diameter, is covered completely in vulcanized rubber, while the bezel, pushers and case-back are crafted in black PVD-coated titanium and the crown is crafted in titanium. The design of the pushers makes them fit the case shape, so that the timepiece provides extreme comfort of wearing.
The tinted sapphire case-back is secured with 4 screws. The timepiece is 100-meter water-resistant.
The opaline powdered effect stamped dial is clearly inspired by the design of a motorcycle wheel rim. The dial reflects the visual idea of depth with its raised elements, also suggested by the sporty look of the bike’s dashboard. The black hands are coated with luminescent material. The dial is shielded by a convex, anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
The small seconds are featured by a rotating disc with Arabic numerals. The tachymeter for measuring speed further enhances the bold design of the watch.
The JeanRichard Chronoscope MV Agusta Brutale America watch accommodates the brand’s in-house manufactured self-winding mechanical movement - JR1000. Beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, the movement offers a 48-hour power reserve. The movement is visible through the tinted sapphire case-back showing the MV Agusta logo.
The new JeanRichard watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is secured to the wrist on a calfskin strap, featuring white stitching and equipped with a black PVD-coated satin-finished steel folding buckle.
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