Re-Volt

3 Hands

Carbon Mars Valley

Case 38.5mm x 40.35mm x 13.5mm
Material Colored Carbon
Glass Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Water Resistance 50 m / 5atm
Functions Hours, minutes and seconds

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    Description

    Rebellion Timepieces is presenting the second model from its Carbon Collection: Re-Volt 3 Hands Carbon Colored.

    On the dial of the Re-Volt 3 Hands Carbon Colored series the essentials are displayed on the wrist. Its skeletonized caliber is flown over by the new empowered function seen in the small seconds dial positioned at 7 o’clock. All three hands are covered in luminescent material where Rebellion once again signs a composition of great purity and excellent readability. The whole is enhanced by the rectangular case machined in colored carbon. Every piece features a random mottled pattern. Each case is then different from the others. The anti-reflective sapphire present on either side of the case allow light to circulate. All the components of this stepped mechanical architecture are thus ideally highlighted and at the same time contribute to the unique aesthetics of the watch. More than ever, transparency is the object of seduction!

    This year, Rebellion Timepieces offers an unprecedented visual experience with a case made of colored carbon. The famous camouflage pattern takes on colors and enhances the multiple grey tones of the carbon of the Arctic Storm, Mars Valley and Toxic Storm references.

    To achieve this remarkable result, Rebellion Timepieces uses a cutting-edge process. Originally a carbon base, in fibre or powder, is mixed with an epoxy-type resin. Tinted pigments are then added. However, the more pigments that are added, the more fragile the material becomes. To counter this risk, the use of technical carbon, in the form of roving, a coil composed of carbon threads, with superior rigidity, helps to produce this colorful camo pattern.

    The Arctic Storm features the bluish tones of ice. Mars Valley offers a journey to the rocks of the fourth planet in our solar system. As for Toxic Storm, it combines three colors, those of the aurora borealis, for an incredible aesthetic.