Introducing the Ressence Type 8 watch
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Playful, colorful, and streamlined, the Ressence Type 8 is designed for ergonomic comfort and maximum legibility. It is powered by a traditional automatic movement, reinforcing Ressence's commitment to mechanical innovation
The Type 8 watch is Ressence's lightest watch to date with a hyper-modern, sleek case whose deceptively simple, lean silhouette is the most minimal of all Ressence creations. This watch is crafted entirely from grade five titanium.
The Type 8 refines the starting principles of originality, accessibility, and innovation to their essence. Like all Ressence watches, the Type 8 is set and wind by turning its case back. The watch's ambidextrous design, combined with its streamlined shape and lightweight makes for a comfortable experience on all wrists.
Functions: Hours, Minutes
Case: 42.9mm (diameter) x 11mm (thickness), Polished Grade 5 Titanium, Domed sapphire crystals, 1 ATM Splash-resistance, Sandwich architecture
Dial: Matt Cobalt Blue grade 7 titanium convex dial (75mm radius), Engraved indications filled with 100% Blue Superluminova grade A
Movement: Patented ROCS 8 - Ressence Orbital Convex System - driven by the minute axle of a customized and reinforced 2892/2 base calibre, Self-winding, 36 hours power reserve, 31 jewels, 4 ball bearings
Buckle/Strap: Polished Ardillon buckle in grade 5 titanium, Blue leather strap
To inquire about this new release or other Ressence watches, please contact Derek at email@example.com or (317) 787-1075!
All Ressence watches share the same DNA in that their sub-dials continually revolve as does the main disc into which they're set. Think of this movement like moons in orbit around the planet. Like everything in time, Ressence watch dials are ever-changing. The Ressence logo—an outstretched hand—refers to the fact that the watch is a part of you, it blends with you. The perfect watches for collectors, Ressence are extremely rare as the company only creates around 300 models per year. Information is displayed on a single 2-dimensional surface, making the reader able to internally decode the time faster than a traditional watch model.