RGM Introduces New Chronograph Watch

Dec 11, 2009
The watch company RGM is proud to unveil its latest reference 400, a self-winding chronograph, distinguished by design touches, which remind of glory days of conventional auto racing.

The aesthetic appeal of the automatic watch lies in a clever blend of a functional layout and alluring colors. The RGM watch stands out due to its high-grade quality and infinite care lavished on details. The chronograph definitely strikes the eye with its brushed and polished case elements, a novel style of the bezel, as well as the layered construction of the dial.

The case of the new RGM chronograph is sculptured in stainless steel and features the dimensions of 42.2 mm x 15.2 mm. The heart of the watch is the top-quality Valgranges Cal. A07.211 movement, which is visible through a case-back window.

The layered dial of the watch is equipped with geometric hands and luminous indications, which ensure perfect readability even in low-light situations. The dial demonstrates its character, cast in an extremely attractive, yet rather austere style.

The intriguing reference 400 watch introduces a note of nostalgia into the 21st century context. Greatly influenced by the models from the past decades, such as the GT40 and CanAm series, this RGM watch at the same time represents a contemporary creation: it is eloquently proved by the usage of sapphire crystals on both front and back sides, antireflective treatment, as well as the ultra-modern movement.

The timepieces from RGM offer several options of the dial color: blue, black, silver and orange.

Fitting the RGM watches are the straps created in different colors and materials. Moreover, the brand intends to manufacture customized interpretations of its exceptional timepieces.

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