The main asset of the new JeanRichard watch is the LPR device that is a linear power reserve indicator. It is skillfully built into an oversized Arabic numeral, featured at 12 o’clock. Next to the hour-marker, two letters are exposed: "E" stands for "empty" and "F" denotes "Full”. When the mainspring barrel winds, the number fills up with white. When empty, the numeral is unfilled, similar to those revealed at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock.
The black and white dial of the new JeanRichard Diverscope LPR watch is also completed with intermediate rectangular hour-markers. Turning over them are imposing central hands, tipped with white arrows.
They serve to indicate hours and minutes. The slender dark-tone hand with a red arrow on its top is responsible for seconds. It coordinates perfectly with a white triangle, outlined in red. The sign is presented above the 12 o’clock numeral.
The date indication is shown in the aperture, arranged between 7 and 8 o’clock. The brand’s name comfortably resides in the upper part of the watch face. It is nicely counterbalanced by the model’s name allied with the information on its water-resistance. The latter constitutes 300 meters.
All the functions mentioned above are brought to life by a self-winding JR1010 movement. It ensures a power reserve of 48 hours. The reliable mechanism is hidden in a steel case, which measures 43 mm in diameter. Its architecture incorporates an internal rotating bezel and discreet lugs. The case is equipped with two protected winding crowns, facing each other.
Optimally readable, the new JeanRichard watch is mounted on a dark rubber strap.
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