Sporty, brilliantly constructed and one of the most affordable Romain Gauthier watches to date.
With a dial made of recycled PET plastic, retrieved from the ocean.
A new tourbillon chronograph calibre and a more ergonomic 43mm case.
The first watch that has an interchangeable bezel, along with crown and strap.
A bronze case paired with a hand-painted enamel dial, depicting the majestic flow of red-hot lava.
The brand’s first perpetual calendar returns in two precious metals paired with a midnight-blue dial.
The world’s first hacking tourbillon revived in a Handwerkskunst edition.
A contrasting two-tone case that does justice to the complex architecture of the Code 11.59.