Meet Jovial Limited Edition 80 Years Titanium Watch

Jan 19, 2011
As a part of its anniversary proceedings, the Swiss horological company Jovial has released its Limited Edition 80 Years Titanium watch, distinguished by high-tech design.

Both an aesthetic creation and a useful timekeeping instrument, the new Jovial watch employs a titanium case, which has a diameter of 42 mm. It reveals 8 claws, fixed with titanium screws. Ticking inside the case is a Ronda 715 quartz movement.

The front part of the model is protected by a high quality sapphire crystal. Its steel back side, meanwhile, is screwed down.

The case is also equipped with a steel winding crown, located at 3 oclock. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 100 meter.

The new Limited Edition 80 Years Titanium watch is adorned with a charcoal grey dial. It is completed with applique hour-markers. At 6 and 12 oclock, the display sports large gun-metal grey Roman numerals.

Sweeping smoothly over indexes are Superluminova-inlaid hands, which serve to indicate hours, minutes and seconds. The basic functions are complimented by that of date, which appears in the aperture at 3 oclock.

A seamless marriage of elegance and technical expertise, the new Jovial watch comes fitted with a grey leather strap, finalized by a steel folding clasp.

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