Novel Watch from Romain Gauthier

Jan 05, 2010
Romain Gauthier is a well-known watchmaker with the headquarters in La Vallee de Joux. Romain Gauthier has gained a strong reputation due to its movements, produced entirely in in-house workshops. Besides, the brands finishes are considered to be the best in the watchmaking industry.

Now, Romain Gauthier is delighted to unveil its spectacular novelty, which is animated by a self-winding 2206 Hm calibre movement. Embellished with 22 gemstones, it features a superb finish. A revolutionary, easy-to-grip crown is positioned horizontally under this very movement.

The movement contains a bespoke balance wheel with four inertia screws, which reveal regulation indicators.

The entire mechanism is housed in a case, which features the dimensions of 41 mm x 11.3 mm. Both front and backsides of the watch are fitted with anti-reflective sapphire crystals.

The timepiece case frames an alluring dial, which exposes an off-centered time display. The dial is completed with hour and minute hands, sculptured in durable 18k gold. Both hands demonstrate a hand-guilloche finish.

The Romain Gauthier watch, reviewed by, is featured in several versions: a red gold case teamed with a black dial, a white gold case coupled with a grey dial and a platinum case embracing a charcoal dial.

Issued as a limited series of 50 pieces, the novel creation from Romain Gauthier is an embodiment of exemplary Swiss watchmaking excellence.

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