JeanRichard launched a new addition to the Terrascope collection. This newcomer is crafted from stainless steel, and it is housed in a cushion-shaped case with the diameter of 44mm. It exudes with masculine style and sturdiness and it is the perfect timepiece for those who are looking for a sporty, reliable, yet elegant timekeeping companion.
The robust case of the new JeanRichard is polished and satin finished. It is coated with antireflective sapphire crystals and provides water resistance to 100 meters (approximately 330 feet). Further, its case is reinforced by two lateral arms that embrace time with strength and conviction.
This watch is perfectly appropriate for adventurers and explorers, as well as for all sportsmen. The watch is powered by the JeanRichard in-house manufactured caliber JR60 self-winding movement. The 21 jewels movement oscillates at the rapid frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and provides no less than 42 hours of power reserve when fully wound. The impeccable mechanism will definitely provide the precision required from the watch that will accompany your day-to-day life.
The new JeanRichard Terrascope Watch bears the brand’s logo engraved on its screw-down case-back, as well as 1682 – the year when Daniel JeanRichard manufactured his very first watch.
The latest member of the Terrascope collection comes paired either with a matching stainless steel bracelet, a rubber or leather strap, ending with a steel folding buckle.
Underneath the front sapphire glass lies a simple and highly legible black dial. The vertically satin-finished dial comprises applied steel hour-markers coated with Superluminova substance on its tips, as well as the sporty rhodium-coated hour and minute hands also filled with luminous material. The central seconds hand stands out by its tip outlined in red color. There is also a small date window which is situated at the 3 o’clock position. JeanRichard offered three more dial options: beige, white and brushed-silver.
The expected retail price of the new Terrascope watch is approximately $3,900.
JeanRichard is a part of the Sowind Group together with the Girard-Perregaux. The Swiss brand is dedicated to Daniel JeanRichard, the pioneer of watchmaking in the Neuchatel region during the 17th century. So far, La Chaux-de-Fonds-based group has developed and produced a complete portfolio of high-end movements, as well as collections of top range wristwatches.