A Favorite Reimagined, The Rover II
Inspired by the outdoors lifestyle, had a casual contemporary design for those who feel most at home when they're far from home. The burly stainless steel case was inspired by vintage camera lenses, and the watch had a rotating bezel to manually focus you in on low and high tides. From day to night, the glowing superlum indices kept you on time, while the canvas and leather band made you feel most in your element when you were out in the elements.
Go anywhere & do anything, The Rover SS
This was the watch that could get you there. Intelligent design that was tough and understated with a brushed stainless steel case, hardened mineral crystal, and Japanese quartz movement. The Rover SS was the ultimate pairing of brains and brawn.
Additional info: 3 hand, date, Japanese Miyota movement. Satin or matte finish dial with printed indices, markings and a printed luminous seconds track. Custom molded hands with luminous details. 100 meter / 10 ATM solid stainless steel case with a rotating bezel. The case was either stainless steel (ss), gunmetal IP ss or black IP ss with vertical brush. Stainless steel raised bezel with coin edge texture on the side, color fill markers and with a radial brush finish and plating to match the case. The case was equipped with a hardened mineral crystal with a date magnifier, a custom molded crown with color fill detail and a vertical brushed stainless steel caseback. The band was secured by a hidden stainless steel spring bar and 3 link, solid stainless steel band.
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