Thank you for supporting an independent Danish watch brand. Its our love for the extraordinary machine that drives our concept: recover, recycle, reclaim.
Since 2014 our watches has been revolving around the car that went that extra mile, the bike that made the daring jump, or the plane that flew the impossible mission, each with a story to tell that we want to preserve.
With the TOURER collection, we wanted to embrace a wider era of automotive icons without having to be inspired by a certain car. Just like all of our watches this collection remain Swiss-made, offers the same quality and attention to detail.
We hope you will enjoy your new timepiece as much as we enjoyed creating it.
- Diameter: 39mm
- Lug-to-Lug: 45.8mm
- Height: 11.25mm
- Opening diameter: 31mm
- Swiss-made SELLITA caliber SW200-1
- Time & Date (Hours, Minutes, Seconds & Date)
- Sweeping seconds
- Self-winding mechanism
- Date quick setting
- Automatic & manual winding
- 20 Jewels
- 41 Hours power reserve
- VPH 28,800 bph, 4Hz
- Accuracy ± 15 sec per day
- Top Glass: Sapphire crystal w. 3 layers of anti-reflection coating + sapphire caoting.
- Caseback Glass: Mineral glass w. smoky effect.
- Case, bezel, crown & caseback: 316L Stainless steel.
- Strap: Genuine Leather
- Buckle: 316L Stainless steel.
- Width (lug): 20mm
- Width (buckle): 18mm
- Length: 125 / 75mm
Your new REC watch comes with a water resistance rating of 50 meters (5 bar/5ATM). This basically means it is resilient to splashes, showers, rain and some light swimming. We advise our customers to avoid sudden pressure changes and do not recommend the watch to be worn for any kind of diving activities. Please be aware the durability and appearance of the strap (ie. leather) may be affected by continuous exposure to water.
Movement Care & Maintenance
Wearing your watch for the first time
Before wearing your new watch for the first time, we recommend fully winding your watch either by manual winding or simply wear the watch for a couple of hours before storing away. In case the movement does not start ticking instantly after winding, we recommend giving the watch a gentle flick by hand – that should do the trick.
The Mechanical movement
Vehicles run on gasoline, our watches run on your energy. What this means is your watch has a Swiss-made all mechanical movement that uses energy from the motion of your wrist. Every time the watch moves, a rotor within the movement rotates and automatically winds the mainspring keeping the watch ticking. When the watch is not worn the mainspring will slowly unwind until the movement comes to a halt, this depends on the hours power reserve – but is typically around 42 hours for the movements used in our watches.
Service and maintenance
In short we recommend that a mechanical movement is serviced around every five years. However if you have any questions or seek assistance in terms of service and maintenance you can reach us easily by firstname.lastname@example.org or at +45 88710890.