Rebellion presents a redesigned version of its RE-1 Chronograph. Renowned watch designer Eric Giroud has re-examined and re-worked the distinctive case he developed for the RE-1 Chronograph. The RE-1 has undergone a revamp to emphasize its strength and power. The attention to detail has refined the look with deft and subtle change.
The RE-1 Chronograph’s robust chassis features Rebellion’s distinctive signature helical screw heads, with a large diameter crown that is both intrinsically masculine and easier to use.
The new wedge-shaped chronograph pushers fall readily to hand: each pusher’s sloped surface follows the arc of a finger as it presses down; in turn creating an operational experience that provides a tactile sensation to match the aesthetic.
It houses a highly-tuned automatic mechanical movement, on a Concepto base. This 27-jewel movement has a power reserve of 50 hours.
The RE-1 Chronograph’s visage is reminiscent of an engine, with touches that recall turbines, alloy wheels, competition dials and gauges.
A bold sweep hand marks the crucial timing for events that warrant the operation of the chronograph functions. Even the pushers look like small cam covers, the crown reminiscent of a nut securing a wheel to a hub.
Model: Rebellion RE-1 Chronograph (redesigned version)
Case materials: available in red gold/stainless steel/black steel DLC/Titanium
Sapphire crystals: compound curves, beveled edges, anti-reflection coating on both sides, display back
Chronograph pushers: start/stop at 2 o’clock, return-to-zero at 4 o’clock
Water resistance: 50m
RE-1 automatic winding
Movement size: 13¼ lines
Balance frequency: 28,800 A/h (4Hz)
Number of jewels: 27
Power reserve: 50 hours
Black rubber with double folding buckle