SPX DeLorean timepiece
Thank you for supporting an independent Danish watch brand. Its our love for the extraordinary machine that drives our concept: recover, recycle, reclaim. The car that went that extra mile, the bike that made the dearing jump, or the plane that flew the impossible mission, each has a story to tell that we want to preserve. Working with real source material means that your REC watch is a limited experience, true to its original inspiration.
We hope you will enjoy your new timepiece as much as we enjoyed creating it.
- Diameter 39,0 mm
- Lug-to-lug 47,5 mm
- Height 11,2 mm
- Opening diameter 30,0 mm
- Swiss made skeletonized SELLITA caliber: SW200-1 S c
- Time only (Hours, Minutes & Seconds)
– Stop second device
– Self-Winding mechanism
- Automatic & manual winding
- 26 Jewels
- 41 Hours power reserve
- 28,800 bph. 4Hz
- Accuracy +- 15 sec per day
- Recycled outer dial ring made from DMC-12 VIN SCEDT26TIBD006882
- Exhibition caseback
- Skeletonized dial
- Integrated strap
- Water resistance 5ATM / 50M
- Width (lug): 27,5mm
- Width (Folding Clasp): 20,0 mm
- Length: 125 / 75 mm
- Top glass: Sapphire crystal w. 3 layers of AR Coating
- Caseback glass: Mineral Glass
- Case,Caseback & Crown: 316L Stainless steel
- Strap: FKM Rubber
- Folding Clasp: 316L Stainless Steel
Movement Care & Maintenance
Wearing your watch for the first time
Before wearing your new watch for the first time or in case it has been stored for some time, we recommend fully winding your watch either by manually winding (follow the streps in the video: ‘Basics’) or simply wear the watch for a couple of hours before storing away, if the watch does not start tick instantly give your wrist a flick when wearing the watch – that should do the trick.
The Mechanical movement Vehicles run on gasoline
Our watches run on your energy. The movement inside your watch is a Swiss-made automatic mechanical movement, and simply wearing it throughout the day provides all the energy your watch needs – making it unnecessary to manually wind your watch. The rotor converts every single movement in your wrist into energy – or gasoline if you will – by applying tension to the mainspring. If you keep adding fuel, and take care of the mechanics, the watch can last you a lifetime.
Service and maintenance
In short we recommend that a mechanical movement is serviced around every five years, but a lot can effect this so if you have any questions or would like to learn more do reach out to us for any assistance to service.