A kendoka wears a special mask that protects the face, head, shoulders and torso. The mask has a metal grid featuring 13 to 15 bars (depending on its size). Both the Endurer and kendo share a set of values such as endurance, tenacity, strength and sturdiness.
The Daniel Roth Endurer watch has maintained the signature design of the double ellipse case. The case of the watch measures 41 x 44 mm and boasts 100-meter water resistance.
The case is crafted from steel provided with black coating based on BlackTich titanium carbide, or from Marine Steel 4435 Staybrite, a grade of steel characterized by supreme corrosion-resistance.
The concave bezel features six screws and is fitted with a convex glass.
The push-button for the Chrono sprint function is positioned between 7 and 8 o’clock. Its ridged design provides the most comfortable grip.
The glass protecting the dial and the glass of the case-back window are glareproofed on both sides. The crown demonstrates a three-arm logo.
The face of the Daniel Roth Endurer watch fascinates by its extreme purity. It is completed with luminous markers divided by the minute circle. The glance is caught by the large date display at 12 o’clock. The hours and minutes are displayed on a slightly off-centered axis to offer enough space for the Chrono spring function at 6 o’clock in a sub-dial completed with Arabic numerals.
The Chrono spring function represents “simple” but useful watchmaking complication. The simplified chronograph mechanism allows to measure long periods of time. The chronograph hours and minutes are indicated with help of two hands mounted on a single axis. All you have to do is to press the push-button at 7.30 to position the hand at 12 o’clock and activate the chronograph.
The Daniel Roth Endurer watch is coupled with a masculine calfskin stitched strap that demonstrates three original ridges. The strap is fitted with a pin buckle featuring the Daniel Roth logo.