Monday, June 12, 2017

Rebellion Twenty-One

Launched during Baselworld 2017, the Rebellion Twenty-One timepiece takes its design inspiration from the steering-wheels of classic cars like the Packard One-Twenty. Rebellion’s first automatic, in-house GMT movement comes in a classic cushion case and features a two-spoke steering-wheel design with Rebellion-logoed horn shroud. 
Equipped with a GMT indicator, balance wheel, hour disc, minute hand and seconds subdial, the Twenty-One’s complex construction remains in constant motion. 
Like the dashboard of a classic car, the Twenty-One’s dial peeks out from behind its steering-wheel design and stay in constant motion from the balance wheel at 12o’clock to the seconds subdial with propeller hand at 4 o’clock.  The hour and GMT hands are static, leaving all the work to their rotating discs which move the correct time smoothly into place. The minutes are indicated by a traditional, rotating hand.  The bracelet is fastened by a clasp featuring millimetric adjustment.  It has a power reserve of 42 hours and is priced to catch a new set of customers.

Technical details
Case
Material: Stainless Steel
Glass: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Case back: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Case dimensions: 46.95 mm
Water resistance: 50m / 5 ATM

Movement
Automatic, in-house GMT movement
Open balance wheel and special REBELLION finishing
Movement components: 266
Jewels: 42
Balance frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Power reserve: 42 hours

Functions
Hours, minutes, small seconds and second time-zone indicator

Dial
Skeletonized view of the unique engine, hours disc, seconds counter and second time-zone indicator
Oscillating mass inspired by car rims
Two-spoke steering-wheel design available in multiple colors

Strap
Stainless steel buckle with millimetric adjustment

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