Introducing the Rotary Regent Family
20.05.2021BACK TO BLOG
Rotary is proud to announce the launch of Rotary Regent, a premium sports timepiece collection that is optimised for precision and performance.
Regent echoes Rotary’s innovative watchmaking past and is on track to becoming an iconic family within the Rotary Watches core range.
Regent’s trademark design is enigmatic and powerful with a touch of avant-garde in style. An unusual brushed steel 40mm case with 8 polished facets houses a circular dial which seamlessly melts into either an integrated tapered h-link bracelet or leather strap.
There are two choices of high gloss dials; midnight blue or sultry black dial with facetted high grade luminous index hour markers. In addition there are two skeleton dials which also come in the same shades of blue and black and feature an inner minute tracker and an eye catching shaped ‘cage’ structure that creates additional space and light surrounding the self-winding movement. This structure enhances depth within the timepiece: showcasing the stunning complexity. Each ‘strut’ feature within the complex ‘caged’ design acts as an index and is topped with a high grade luminescent hour marker: ensuring this timepiece is the ultimate blend of functionality and style.
GB05410/05 - £299
GB05415/04 - £329
GS05415/05 - £279
GS05410/04 - £249
The powerhouse that is Regent is powered by a self-winding movement, either a Miyota 8n24 skeleton dial with an open case back (GB05140/04 + GS05415/05), whilst the alternative full dial version carries a Miyota 821a and also has a decorative open case back (GB05410/05 + GS05410/04).
The superior Regent watch range is water resistant to a depth of 100m. All models utilise sapphire glass, known for its durability and scratch resistance.
“Regent balances its enigmatic and powerful design with refined touches of elegance and finesse. The 40mm stainless steel case has a dual finished, light-catching facetted bezel and provides a focal point to the integrated bracelet design which continues the flow of light around the timepiece. There is a harmony between the curves and the angles in this design.” Says Matt O’Neill, Head of Design, Rotary Watches.