JeanRichard Highlands Big Life Limited Edition Watch

Dec 22, 2011
Having cooperated with photographer Nick Brandt, JeanRichard offers its support to Big Life Foundation. The non-profit organization deals with preserving the fauna and ecosystem of Africa.

The watchmaking brand has created a one-of-a-kind special edition timepiece – the JeanRichard Highlands Big Life Limited Edition watch.

The 44.5mm sand-blasted steel case demonstrates black PVD coating. It incorporates a green outer rotating bezel featuring hour markers for the second time zone.

The sober black dial offers supreme legibility as it is completed with Arabic numerals coated with ivory luminescent material. You will notice the “Big Life” signature in red in the lower part of the dial.

The sapphire crystal case-back holds one more surprise - an elephant transfer inspired by Big Life Foundation’s logo and one of Nick Brandt’s most famous photos. You can drop a glance at the JR1000 automatic winding movement beating inside the timepiece. The 27-jewel movement operates at a frequency of 28,000 vibrations per hour. It gives an advantage of a 48-hour power reserve.

The new JeanRichard watch has been conceived for the most demanding outdoor usage – it corresponds to strict technical specifications. The model has been tested inside a climate chamber to make sure it will resist even extreme climatic conditions, including extreme temperatures and humidity levels. The watch’s impact-resistance has also been checked.

The JeanRichard Highlands Big Life watch is 100-meter water-resistant. It is coupled with a black fabric strap fitted with a folding buckle. It is limited to 100 pieces.

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