BEEF UP YOUR STYLE
Thinking differently means acting differently too. For Rebellion, this involves creating watches that always have an uncompromising and strong personality.
Even though we are now used to the impressive watches made by Rebellion, with their strong and unusual design, the young brand has still managed to surprise us with a very personal interpretation of the classic model with three hands and the date. The Predator S case has the smallest width of all the collection’s models (42mm), but still has a striking presence due to a series of apt stylistic details. It is machined in titanium or black DLC titanium, with a wide bezel held in place by eight screws echoing the logo covering the case and set around a dial with a honeycomb design. A date counter at 3 o’clock recalls the shape of a petrol cap. All these aesthetic aspects take their inspiration from the world of the automobile, so dear to Rebellion.
The wide hour and minute hands, as well as the hour markers, come with a luminous coating, providing excellent and colourful visibility in the dark. The central second hand has a counterweight that also features the company’s logo. All the time elements are driven by a Swiss-made self-winding movement. The watch’s owner can view a whole host of decorative elements through the sapphire glass caseback. Once the watch is fully wound, the calibre provides the Predator S with 48 hours of power reserve.
To go with this sports-style model, a leather strap with a folding clasp is adapted to all wrists, male or female alike.
Price: 9,500 CHF rebellion-timepieces.com
By Dan Diaconu
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